Creative studio Lo & Behold on Tuesday marked three years since it was launched by Glenn Grech and Stefan Balzan Fava.
Taking to social media to celebrate the achievement, Creative Director and Co-Founder Mr Grech noted that it represents a “significant milestone” for the studio.
“It’s hard to believe how far we’ve come since embarking on this incredible journey,” he added.
“Three years ago, I made a decision that changed my life completely. Leaving behind a job I loved, one that had been my home for a decade, was not an easy choice,” he said.
Prior to co-founding the studio, Mr Grech spent almost ten years at BRND WGN, where he worked in a variety of roles ranging from Creative, all the way to Head of User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI).
“Lo & Behold Studio has been a remarkable adventure, filled with challenges, triumphs and personal growth,” he continued.
Lo & Behold is a studio that specialises in digital products and campaigns, website development, digital marketing and television advertising. It is described as an “agile company” that takes a “flexible approach to get the best possible results”.
As the company’s team celebrated the milestone, Mr Grech expressed his “heartfelt appreciation” to the rest of the studio’s team, clients, partners, and supporters. “Your unwavering belief in our vision and relentless support have been instrumental in our success,” he concluded.
Mr Grech is a digital UX and UI specialist that describes himself as being focused on “creating user personas, journeys, and experiences, implementing design sprints and delivering design direction on large projects”.
Lo & Behold Co-Founder and Strategy and Marketing Director Stefan Balzan Fava (left) and Co-Founder and Creative Director Glenn Grech (right) / Facebook
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