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Knowledge & Marketing

Jackie Blundell


Bachelor of Arts (Visual Communications),
Canberra School of Art (ANU)


Professional Experience

In over a decade at Architectus, Jackie Blundell has overseen marketing communications, PR and business development through substantial company growth. Most recently in the role of Group Knowledge and Marketing Manager, she developed the studio’s knowledge management and marketing plans and led publicity and awards campaigns for iconic projects such as 1 Bligh Street.

Having studied photography at art school, Jackie brings a long-held interest in architecture, design, and art to her work. She excels at connecting words and images through the application of clear and elegant design principles. Jackie has led projects such as the creation of the Art @ Architectus exhibition program, the redesign of the Architectus website, and the development of the company intranet and graphic templates for marketing and new business communications.

More than 20 years of experience in the industry underpin Jackie’s expertise. In a career that has seen her work in Sydney, Melbourne, and Tokyo across marketing, business development, office management, events, and hospitality, she has consistently demonstrated high levels of creativity, attention-to-detail and organisational skills. While working for a leading Sydney restaurateur, Jackie played a central role in the development of a series of modern food and beverage spaces – a project that inspired a career change into the architecture industry.