WELCOME TO DIGITAL CLR! WE ARE A LONDON-BASED, ONLINE JOURNAL, FOUNDED BY CEO & CREATIVE DIRECTOR JASMEEN ARMANI AND ASSISTANT CREATIVE DIRECTOR STEFAN PAUL.
CLR (PRONOUNCED COLOUR), ENCOURAGES OUR AUDIENCE TO CREATE, LISTEN & REPRESENT!
OUR PLATFORM FOCUSES ON THE CONCEPT OF ‘IDENTITY’ AND IS A SPACE TO FEATURE AND HIGHLIGHT THE WORK OF CREATIVES OF COLOUR, SHOWING THE RANGE OF UNDERREPRESENTED TALENT ACROSS VARIOUS CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. WE AIM TO CONNECT COMMUNITIES WHILE FOSTERING CREATIVE RELATIONSHIPS.
Founder & Creative Director
A multidisciplinary creative artist whom recently graduated from UAL, specialising in graphic design, visual design and creative branding.
Her projects, hold a strong focus towards representing inclusion and diversity and bringing a voice towards mental illness among millennials, whilst presenting awareness to societal issues within media.
Co-founder & Head of Communications
Moved to London in the autumn of 2015 to attend London College of Fashion, where he completed his BA in Fashion Visual Merchandising and Branding. Stefan holds a diverse creative skillset ranging from visual merchandising and spatial design, to styling, creative direction, and illustration. His passion stems from wanting to provide opportunities for marginalized and minority groups - this is reflected through his volunteer work as a mentor for LGBTQ+ youth.
Editor & Newsletter Writer
Dia comes to CLR by way of Bermuda and California with a MA in Creative Writing and BA in English Literature and Sociology (Double Major). She specializes in poetry of the self, using a mix of traditional and experimental elements to create intimate poems that explore identity and loss. Dia is also a freelance copywriter and editor with a focus in business and academic writing.
A multidisciplinary designer, creating work across graphic design, editorial, illustration & branding. She recently graduated from the Visual Communication program at Arts University Bournemouth. Abbie is very excited to be a part of Digital CLR, and to help create a space for creatives of colour.
Heedayah studied architecture at University of Brighton and at Strathclyde University in Glasgow. She is now pursuing graphic design, a passion she discovered during her Masters. Her experience in Brighton and the culture of the city influenced her appreciation of playful and vivid colors, while her architectural background brought an interest in juxtaposing collages, grids and neon colors.
Rebecca is a theatre director, writer, and dramaturg. She has recently graduated from Royal Holloway University with First Class Honours in Drama and Philosophy, and has trained and worked with fellow artists internationally, including in the Czech Republic, London, Poland, and Germany. Rebecca is the artistic director of the theatre collective, from (a)basement, with a focus in developing new writing, documentary theatre, and cross-cultural gestural work.