Clara Sancho is a Madrid based graphic designer working for artists and cultural institutions. 

Her approach is firmly routed in conceptual and typographic experimentation, with a deep research development process and attention to materiality.   

Before starting her studio, she lived in London, Beirut and Dubai where she worked for the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Sursock Museum and the Shindagha Museum.

In addition to her own design work, Clara teaches graphic design at IED Madrid and sometimes collaborates in bilingual design projects with her husband, the type designer Pascal Zoghbi

2018– current. Freelance Designer

2016 – 18. Art Director
GSM Project, Dubai

2015 – 16. Senior Graphic Designer
Mind the Gap Studio, Beirut 

2011 – 15. Senior Graphic Designer
Victoria and Albert Museum, London 

2010 – 11. MA Book Design
University of Reading

2008 – 10. Graphic Designer
Oscar Mariné Studio, Madrid

2003  – 08. BA Fine Arts
Universidad Complutense, Madrid

2006 –2007. Design Studies

Aalto University, Helsinki