Nina Gerada is an artist and designer who lives and works in London and Malta. Nina’s work spans various fields from production design for film and urban design to cartography, ceramics and printmaking.
This wide range of outputs is connected by recurring themes: A humanist interest in people, their habits, and how they use space and cities. Process is as important as outcome, Nina makes and draws by hand as a means of thinking and embedding work with value. At heart she is a storyteller, her work is narrative driven.
Nina holds a bachelor of science from the Bartlett, UCL and a postgraduate diploma in Architecture from London Metropolitan University. In 2015, she won the Best Production Design Award at the Peloponnesian Corinthian International Film Festival for her work on 'Simshar' the Film. Nina teaches at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University.