Sabina von Kessel is a communication and marketing expert, photographer, designer and lecturer. She worked in Africa, Europe and Asia and lived for more than a decade in India where she worked as a communication/marketing and design consultant. One of her last projects was the design and implementation of a social and behavior change communication strategy for the GIZ, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, in the program 'Single Window Service - Social Security for Unorganized Workers in Karnataka'. C4D, Communciation for Development and Social and Behaviour Change Communication became her field of specialisation and research in India.

Sabina also taught 'Transcultural Design' in the master program for French design students, at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore, India.

Sabina thinks about herself as a Gestalter. Since the German word GESTALT is a general description for the concepts that make unity and variety possible in design, it is concerned with the relationship between the parts and the whole of a composition. She understands the visual communicator as initiator of design processes and design thinking which lead to new ways of perceiving, connecting and understanding our environment, bridging biases in human development, gender and justice.

Her past initiatives connect above mentioned goals with social and behaviour change communication, C4D, photography, documentary films, print and new media design as well as capacity building. She works with institutions and NGOs in India, Africa and Germany.

Sabina recently returned to her hometown Hamburg and is presently working on different projects and a new website which will come up in a short while!

Transcultural Design Consultancy International here







Sabina von Kessel is a communication and marketing expert, photographer, designer and lecturer. She worked in Africa, Europe and Asia and lived for more than a decade in India where she worked as a communication/marketing and design consultant. One of her last projects was the design and implementation of a social and behavior change communication strategy for the GIZ, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, in the program 'Single Window Service - Social Security for Unorganized Workers in Karnataka'. C4D, Communciation for Development and Social and Behaviour Change Communication became her field of specialisation and research in India.

Sabina also taught 'Transcultural Design' in the master program for French design students, at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore, India.

Sabina thinks about herself as a Gestalter. Since the German word GESTALT is a general description for the concepts that make unity and variety possible in design, it is concerned with the relationship between the parts and the whole of a composition. She understands the visual communicator as initiator of design processes and design thinking which lead to new ways of perceiving, connecting and understanding our environment, bridging biases in human development, gender and justice.

Her past initiatives connect above mentioned goals with social and behaviour change communication, C4D, photography, documentary films, print and new media design as well as capacity building. She works with institutions and NGOs in India, Africa and Germany.

Sabina recently returned to her hometown Hamburg and is presently working on different projects and a new website which will come up in a short while!

Transcultural Design Consultancy International here