ABOUT

St.Francis is a creative studio based in Milan, Italy, created by Enza Morello. Enza has experience working with both National and International brands always using an innovative approach that fosters transparent and fast interaction between the creative process and the client. A new visual and verbal experience, a search for new forms of communication through new media which stand above the noisy mass and bring to her clients more visibility.
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Enza’s first collaboration as a graphic designer was for some of the oldest names in Italian Graphics, designers known in particular for their work in brand identity. Soon after she moved on to develop her career as an art director in advertising agencies (Linkedin). She worked for an American branding agency where she launched the identity of the first division of the Italian Financial Group, Capitalia, under the supervision of the Italian CEO along with the Capitalia President Cesare Geronzi and Matteo Arpe.
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Then in 2004, Enza found St.Francis, brand that works within the fields of Fashion Advertising and Brand Identity. Since then she designed projects for: Lacoste Worldwide (Samsonite Italy), White Fashion Show, AlcantaraGrand Hotel et de MilanPhilip Morris Italy, Tetra-Pak Worldwide, Design Continuum Italy (This project won the G.Mark International “Design Good Award 2006″, as example of innovation graphic design system). It was with her own studio that she was able to refine her skills by working for a strong list of clientele whom were both Italian and International. From 2010 to 2014, Enza has covered the role of creative director digital for WHITE Fashion Show (working on the web art direction/sub-brands websites/video/social media/content editing) and of a brand new events space of 6000 mq in milan (working on the web art direction//video/social media). From 2015 to 2017, Enza has covered the role of creative director digital for the Italian brand of shoes Del Carlo.
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(During her career in advertising Enza decided to pick up and move to London (2001), in search of new “stimuli”. Here she expanded both her palette and her portfolio to include also the “anglo-saxon” graphical tastes. This enterprise was overseen by a group of highly-regarded Creative Directors, the likes of Claudio Pasqualetti (Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters), Nick Kidney (BBH), Saywhat (Saatchi&Saatchi), John Jessup (Leo Burnett), Nick Hutton (TBWA), Andy Drugan (St. Lukes) and the creative team of Wieden Kennedy.)
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