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Auste Skrupskyte, Creative Advertising Student, UAL

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13:30 PM | 9 April 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Auste Skrupskyte is a creative thinker originally from Lithuania. Here she gives an interview about experiences, side projects and ambitions for an advertising career.

Chatty, has an eye for style and beauty in simplicity, but above all - a positivity bomb - Auste Skrupskyte is a creative thinker originally from Lithuania. In her final year, studying advertising at London College of Communication (UAL). On the side Auste is working and learning a little bit of everything at a start-up company called Hype, based in Google Campus.

Describe your path to what you’re doing now.

I have always been creative and entrepreneurial. Like most creatives, I went through art school, but besides that, I made and sold my own jewellery from the age of 14, built my own website, used to create labels and business cards and write for the local newspaper.

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