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Lee Hart, Graphic Designer

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12:00 PM | 23 January 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Lee is a graphic designer based in West Yorkshire and currently studying a BA (Hons) in Graphic Media Design. After completing his degree Lee wants to forge a career in a digital design.

Lee Hart is a graphic designer based in West Yorkshire and currently studying a BA (Hons) in Graphic Media Design. After completing his degree Lee wants to forge a career in a digital design.

Why choose a career in design?

From a really early age I've been fascinated by design, I studied fine art at GCSE and at A-Level and loved it. I love how you can tell any story in a piece of work. I originally wanted to be an architect as I loved maths and physics too but because I did not study maths as A-level it wasn't an option for me so I moved on to an apprenticeship in creative media and then later to university.

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