Accomplished director and illustrator Jo Ratcliffe leads in the field of multi-dimensional media. Innovative and versatile, she combines the beauty of the hand-drawn with her intelligent wit to create unique imagery for a digital age.
Ratcliffe applies her signature graphic style to meticulous portraits, photo stories, props and installation. She has worked on album concepts for pop stars, invented characters for animators and dreamt up logotypes for major rebrands. Responding to the rapid socio-technological shifts of our time, she recently created Femojis, the celebrated keyboard and sticker app that offers feminist-inspired images and gifs to send via mobile phone.
Based in London, Ratcliffe's commercial clients include Chanel, Dior, Prada, Tory Burch, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Nina Ricci, Totem, Miller Harris and See by Chloe.
She has worked on editorials for British Vogue, Vogue Japan, Dazed & Confused, More or Less, AnOther Magazine and The New York Times.