I am the project designer for the award-winning Race Card Project. The Peabody Peabody Award for excellence in electronic media was given for “encouraging public discussion about diversity in ways that cut through obvious differences to present unique and individual lived experiences”. –Peabody Awards
“A key stage in the development of the project was the move online. The Race Card Project’s designer, Adrian Kinloch, created a web-based space for submitting, presenting, and discussing the Six Word essays. The result is an archive of thousands of thoughts on race, tagged and searchable by key themes and developed with maximum accessibility and sharing in mind. This online engagement has helped spur the Race Card Project’s successful partnerships with other institutions and organizations.” –Michele Norris, NPR Host and Special Correspondent, Founding Director of The Race Card Project.
My images have appeared in New York, O The Oprah Magazine, DJ Mag, Gramophone, Carbusters and at BBC.com. Editorial, corporate, feature and advertising assignments have included music and dance performances, multi-day festivals, environmental portraits, and location shoots of bands and artists. You can launch my dedicated photography website here.
My graphic design clients include Salman Rushdie, John Irving, Barbara Ehrenreich, The Race Card Project, Hanna Rosin, Deborah Harkness, Penguin, Viking, Random House and Simon & Schuster. Work includes print, web and interactivity design as well as identity design, brand development and consultation.