Portland Design has paid tribute to its environmental graphic designer Jo Moore, who died earlier this month, aged 33, following an accident. After studying at Central St Martins College of Art and Design, she started her career at Fitch, before joining Portland in 2003. ‘Jo will be sadly missed by her colleagues. Her integrity, selfless nature and compassion contributed to her reputation. Clients including English Heritage and Land Management have paid tribute to an enchanting young lady, who was admired for her exceptional talent, commitment and kindness.’ Her family requests that any donations be made at www.uclh.nhs.uk/charities+at+UCLH/National+Hospital+Development+Foundation.
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