Meet the team
Sarah is the brainchild of concept development, overseeing all design and creative work completed in the studio. She has managed and delivered over 3000 projects at Malvolio.
We have a high client retention rate; it is Sarah’s warm personality and positive attitude that we attribute to our client’s confidence in Malvolio delivering their design projects. Clients wholly trust Sarah with their organisations; she treats each project as their most important investment, and gives our clients confidence in understanding their goals.
Communication is at the heart of Sarah’s processes. This is not only seen in her astute knowledge of design and the meaningful outcomes she delivers, but also in the rapport she has built with our client base.
Clients often report back on Sarah being patient, professional, creative and highly efficient. A testimonial from one of our clients: “What you guys have done is simply amazing. Your approach is the best service I have ever ever come across. On a benchmark of how to do business, I have learned a lot.” – Damien Keith, Views Cape Schanck.
Sarah’s qualifications include graduating with first class Honours in a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) at Swinburne University in 2008. She is a professional member of the Australian Graphic Design Association.
In her spare time, she enjoys working on craft projects with her 4 young kids, maintaining a rainbow of flowers in her garden, and attending gigs.
A wealth of management experience, in both private and government sectors.
Chris’ ability to proactively collaborate with his clients to develop mutually achievable targets has assisted with the successful delivery of more than $30m worth of highly technical, high risk government funded projects, within the state of Victoria.
Prior to this, Chris worked with a market leading convenience retail chain, managing reactive and programmed maintenance for hundreds of sites across Australia. Introducing large scale reform on expenditure, contractor accreditation, asset lifecycle replacement, quality of workmanship and environmental sustainability.
Having survived unprecedented organisational growth, Chris’ successful maintenance framework is still in place today.
Chris is also passionate about the local community, volunteering on the board of the Western Port Festival for several years and was instrumental in the rebuilding of the association, event compliance and planning. Chris helped redefine the event’s purpose, community focus and financial sustainability.
These days, Chris utilises his management experience and expertise in ensuring Malvolio maintains operational efficiency and remains a financially sound business for the long term. Improving process, procedure and systems where needed, in order to achieve our constant drive for business improvement and service excellence.
In his spare time, he participates in sim racing, and enjoys riding his motorbike around the peninsula.
Jasmine is responsible for maintaining the consistency and design of our clients brands. With her incredible attention to detail and design skills, she handles this with ease.
Her extensive experience in signage design, advertising and publishing means she knows how to make the most of a billboard, down to a quarter page ad. She is driven by the story of each client, using that detail to showcase what makes them unique.
With the community at heart, Jasmine sees the importance in nurturing the arts industry on the Mornington Peninsula and volunteers on the Somers Arts Fair committee.
In her spare time, she loves spending time with her kids at the beach, paddle boarding, and sharing her extensive knowledge of astrology.