Directors, Lisa and Pete Johnson, share a little about each other.

‘Lisa is constantly busy with creative ideas. She likes to work intuitively but combines this with a sense of considered logic. She’s very detail focused; a typical perfectionist. Our personalities balance nicely; if I am practical, she is poetic.

Lisa brings flair and finesse to our design projects. I’d describe her as perceptive and insightful; she cuts through the noise to get to the heart of an issue. She’s naturally generous and inclusive.

After studying Interior Design at RMIT, her passion for print and publishing led her ‘home’ to the graphic design industry. Along the way, she completed AWARD Copyschool and studied a Graduate Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing. She has lectured in design at RMIT, and also been a design judge.

She loves the challenge of refining design ideas into a compelling narrative. Her passion for writing has always been a constant; she sees the relationship between words and graphic communication as seamless.

Working as a team has given us the flexibility to travel the world with our business. Together, we’ve revelled in a life of creative adventure.’

‘Pete is a great lateral thinker, with a keen eye and clever wit. Creative energies flow effortlessly between us; it’s a lovely synergy between left and right brain, yin and yang. Sometimes I wonder where he ends and I begin.

Pete loves strategy and problem solving; he’s skilled at distilling complex ideas. He enjoys all things technical, yet appreciates refined aesthetics.

Prior to joining me at Flight Creative, Pete worked as a registered architect for Fender Katsalidis and Woods Bagot. His experience in design, documentation and project management on a broad range of architectural projects has enabled him to bring a spatial approach to our practice.

Pete’s patient and level-headed. His approach is always considered and objective. He’s sociable and a good sport too.

It’s been a real privilege to design our life together. Our practice continues to evolve in new directions, and has allowed us to balance working life with raising our children; our greatest creative endeavour yet.’