Meet Our Designer - Fleur Callaghan

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It’s a new month, and with it comes an amazing new feature illustration on the Teach Starter home page!

The month of May features the third in a series of beautiful illustrations created by our talented designers, and it’s one of our loveliest themes yet – Mother’s Day.

We couldn’t think of a more deserving occasion to create a new design. And there’s no-one better we could have asked than our gifted designer – Fleur Callaghan.

Mother's Day Illustration

Gift giving has long been a tradition on Mother’s Day, a bouquet of flowers often being the obvious choice. Thus, making it the perfect subject matter for my illustration. The flower I chose was the Gerbera daisy, said to represent cheerfulness.

(Fun Fact: Did you know fleur is French for flower?)

Fleur’s Story

Hey there, my name is Fleur Callaghan and I am a Graphic Designer and Illustrator here at Teach Starter.

I have been lucky enough to work at Teach Starter for over 2 years now and I love it! It is such a joy to do what I love every day.

I have been creating ever since I can remember. It only seemed right that straight after school I continued to follow my passion and study a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Griffith University.

Equipped with my bachelor’s degree, but still unsure of how to use my creative talents to earn a living I transitioned into a Diploma of Graphic Design at CATC Design School.

The rest, as they say, is history!

Fleur’s Work

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Make sure to keep an eye out for next month’s exciting illustration…can you guess what theme it might be?


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