Pentagram’s Marina Willer was last year named both in the Creative Review’s “Creative Leaders 50” and Design Week’s “10 people who made an impact on design in 2017”. The acknowledgements recognise the Brazilian-born, London-based graphic designer and filmmaker’s influence in her chosen fields. In 2012, Marina became the first female partner at Pentagram in London. Prior to joining Pentagram, she was creative director at Wolff Olins where, among various projects, she helped create the landmark branding for Tate. Last year, Marina released her first film, Red Trees, a documentary telling the story of her family – one of just 12 Jewish families to survive the Nazi occupation of Prague.