Thilini Perera [b. 1985] has a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and is a multidisciplinary visual communicator from Colombo, Sri Lanka. 

For over a decade, she has contributed in a professional capacity to advertising, publishing, and education industries in Sri Lanka and Vietnam. For the past five years she has consulted for local and international rights-based organisations focusing on activism, policymaking, community development and gender & identity. She is a co-founder of a local feminist collective.

Experienced in art directing and production design for film and theatre, she is also interested in experimenting with analogue techniques in her image-making projects.

She is currently the Communications and Design Manager for the Geoffrey Bawa Trust, whilst working as an independent visual communications designer.


DESIGN UNITED: Bawa in the Digital Age