I'm Stefanie, a designer, artist and author whose favoured creative material is data. I also share my practice through public speaking and teaching workshops.

My creative practice ranges from book design, information design, data visualisation, and commissioned artworks using data.

This work has been exhibited at major galleries including MoMA (New York), CCBB (Rio de Janeiro), the Science Gallery (Dublin), the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the V&A, the Design Museum, the Science Museum, The Southbank Centre, and Somerset House (London).

One work I'm particularly proud of is Dear Data, an award-winning, year-long collaboration with Giorgia Lupi, where each week we gathered and drew our data on a postcard to send to the other.

Nominated for the Design Museum’s illustrious ‘Designs of the Year 2016’ exhibition, the 104 postcards and sketchbooks that form the Dear Data project are held in the permanent collection of MoMA, New York.


The book of this project – Dear Data – is published by Penguin Random House (UK) and Princeton Architectural Press (USA), and our second book – Observe, Collect, Draw! : A Visual Journal – is now on pre-order. 

I also further the conversation around data, design, and creativity through speaking about my practice at arts festivals, conferences, and at internal company events.

Finally, you'll often find me teaching hands-on, friendly, and accessible data visualisation workshops for a wide range of backgrounds and abilities. In London, I often hold these workshops through Guardian Masterclasses.

Interested in discussing a project, or having me speak or teach a workshop at your event? Get in touch!