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Narrative 4 rebrand by Adrian Kinloch
Narrative 4 Global (rebrand)

As the creative lead on my second re-brand for Narrative 4, I worked closely with the founders Lisa Consiglio and Colum McCann, as well as the board and the communications team. Working to a tight timeframe we developed a brief for the new branding concept to be relevant, flexible accessible, direct, engaging, and easy to deploy across a variety of platforms around the world.

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Zain E. Asher

Working directly with Zain we devloped a strong, authentic style to present her first book, Where The Children Take Us, and her current position as an anchor at CNN. Importantly I developed her new author website on a platform that is very easy for Zain to work with.

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Vets Town Hall: 21-22 Campaign

Following the success with the Veterans Town Halls online/web engagement I became the creative director for the print and digital asset advertising campaign. We created a set of interactive PDFs and templates for local Veteran Town Hall events. By “designing-in” the imagery and brand style management into the Acrobat software, various print processes and run sizes could easily be produced simply by typing in the event information.

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The Race Card Project (rebrand)

The new branding and style guide for The Race Card Project and associated brands has taken over two years of research and development, drawing on cultural influences from around the world. Powerful inspiration has come from stories sent to the project, and being part of live location engagements with the project in the US and…

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Girls Who Code & Reshma Saujani

For several years I’ve been photographing Reshma Saujani and her organization Girls Who Code for their marketing and publicity efforts. The images have appeared in Marie Claire, Business Insider, USA Today, Huff Post, and elsewhere. How Immigration Shaped These Female Founders and CEOs: They tell their stories of creating success out of sheer will. (Marie Claire)

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Joanne Ramos: The Farm

Working closely with Joanne I designed a complete look to promote her new critically acclaimed novel, The Farm. The site features various immersive engagement tools for readers and book clubs including interactive guides and galleries. From the Publisher’s basic PDF’s I created pieces that could be shared and presented in all kinds of group settings.…

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Amor Towles – The Lincoln Highway

I have worked with author Rebecca Donner for many years as her creative consultant on a range of projects. In the run up to publication of her critically acclaimed book All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days I’ve overseen and produced a variety of media to engage across various social and video-based platforms.

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Colum McCann

Working directly with Colum I created a style guide and design for an online home, developing ways to channel his existing work, personal notes and support for young writers.

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The Bridge at the Aspen Institute

I am the creative director for a new program on race and identity at the Aspen Institute founded by former NPR host Michele Norris.

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Humanities New York

Land Liberty and Loss is a major new event program from Humanities New York. I was bought in as the creative lead to design and produce a comprehensive set of new digital assests and secondary branding for the new engagement.

These were deployed accross a wide range of social media and digital communications. During the concept and creative stage we identified designs that could be used in future events.

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Jon Gertner

My design for Jon’s author website and archive makes use of dramatic historical and contemporary imagery to promote his two books; The Ice at the End of the World, and The Idea Factory. I created interactive elements to engage readers with the books. For Jon’s archive of journalism, we added a search and highlight system…

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Salman Rushdie

I worked directly with Salman Rushdie to create a design for his personal author site and archive.

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Mark Moffett (Doctor Bugs)

I worked directly with Salman Rushdie to create a design for his personal author site and archive.

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Rebecca Donner: All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days

I have worked with author Rebecca Donner for many years as her creative consultant on a range of projects. In the run up to publication of her critically acclaimed book All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days I’ve overseen and produced a variety of media to engage across various social and video-based platforms.

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Brad Stone: Amazon Unbound

Within a tight deadline I designed and deployed Brad Stone’s author website to promote his latest book, Amazon Unbound. I worked with his publisher and publicity team to produce assets for book clubs and branded newsletter integration.

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Author & Director Website for Jan Eliasberg

Working with Jan’s deep back-catalog of directorial work I created a new space that would engage her large film-making audience with her debut novel Hannah’s War.

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Veterans’ Town Hall – Community Building

For almost a year I have been working with Sebastian Junger, Kristen Eaton, and Congressman Seth Moulton’s team to develop a national database and event platform for returning servicemen and women.

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Kristin Lawless / Macmillan

Working with Kristin Lawless and her publisher I designed a complete look to promote her new book Formerly Known as Food and work on her food manifesto.

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John Irving

Working closely with John and his team for several years this is the third re-brand and website design I have produced.

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BridgeBox™

My latest design for the new BridgeBox™ identity toolkit has gone into production. It has already been used for some powerful engagements around the US and UK major global tech companies, universities and non-profits. It is a major part of my body of work for The Race Card Project and The Bridge at Aspen. The…

Cinema Scope Magazine online magazine design
Cinema Scope Magazine

Website and online brand design for the widely-respected Canadian film magazine.

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Georgia Hunter

Georgia and I worked together to present her book We Were the Lucky Ones through an online archive of her family history, tracing the horrifying and gripping tale of their holocaust survival.

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Narrative 4

  Working directly with the board, team-leaders and story-tellers I was the creative director on the brand overhaul for the global story-exchange organization Narrative 4.   “Today, Narrative 4 is working in four continents, twelve countries, and 18 US states. Our work – rooted in the N4 story exchange – equips people to use their stories…

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Not Television

Identity design, brand development and website for London based magazine for cabaret, moving-image, queer and DIY culture.