Improvisation is key to creating the initial spark for simple and fresh designs for web projects, print, and photography.
IMPROV DESIGN was founded by Christine Cheung.
Improv Design is an umbrella for visual communication services. She believed that graphic design, web projects, photography, and drawn imagery are all interlinked. Thus providing a visual presence innate in the design creation.
Christine Cheung earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University, Montréal in 2000. She graduated from the Design Art Programme. The base of Improv Design stems from the insight of combined work experience from several different positions she acquired in different fields. She was a graphic designer for Kamik Footwear (Genfoot), a scenic artist for the Segal Theatre (Montreal), the stage carpenter for Death Trap at Vertigo Theatre (formerly the Pleides Theatre in Calgary), painting backdrops for Broadway Theatre Sets at F&D Scene Changes, modifying technical drawings for garment "teck-packs" for R. Nichols uniforms in Montreal. Currently, she works in the Paint and Art Department for the Motion Picture Entertainment Industry within IATSE 891, Vancouver. You can see her IMDB profile here.
Christine has photographed and photodocumented over 90 different live performances, concerts, contemporary dance shows, opening galas and weddings of all cultures in the Greater Montreal area including Chateaugay, Laval, St. Eustache, Val-David, Saint Hyacinthe, Terrebonne, St-Roch de l'Achigan, as well as in Ottawa and Toronto. She received her photo diploma from Collège Marsan, Montréal.
Improv Design gears to create projects for corporations as well as independent creators and not-for-profit organizations.