Creative Direction

Penguin.com Redesign

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Working together with Penguin’s global marketing team and technical groups it was a genuine privilege to partner with a publisher whose timeless and distinctive brand has been part of my experience since I could first read.

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Salman Rushdie

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Working directly with the author, I created the design for Salman’s personal author website and archive. During the early design process, I reached out to people across the world who have crafted creative responses to Salman’s work, from internationally acclaimed artists to children doing school projects. The dynamic grid on Salman’s home page draws from a…

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Jon Gertner

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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.

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Author website design by Adrian Kinloch for Georgia Hunter

Georgia Hunter

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With the announcement of Georgia’s second book One Good Thing and a Hulu series for We Were the Lucky Ones, I re-worked the UX and updated the design for her author website.

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Sebastian Junger

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Working with Sebastian, Hachette and agent Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency – I designed his website and online archive for his books, articles, and films.

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Mark Moffett (Doctor Bugs)

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Working with the author, explorer, and photographer Mark Moffett I led the design direction for his author and ecologist storytelling website

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Joanne Ramos: The Farm

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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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The Bridge at the Aspen Institute

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I was the creative director for a new program design on race and identity at the Aspen Institute, founded by former NPR host Michele Norris. As well as establishing the program’s visual identity, I oversaw the style guide development and directed the creative for international campaigns to engage funding partners. The Race Card Project powers the identity-sharing and storytelling products into curriculum tools at The Bridge.

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Author & Director Website for Jan Eliasberg

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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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Kristin Lawless / Macmillan

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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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Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street

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Marketing and book website design for Michael Davis’ Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street. The original version of the site was a fully interactive experience produced in Flash.

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Deborah Harkness

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For several years I have been the creative lead for Deborah Harkness and her team on her website and cross-media promotional des

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The Race Card Project

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Since its inception I have been the Creative Director and Designer for The Race Card Project, and awarded the 2013 Peabody prize  for for excellence in electronic media.

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Interactive introduction for The Poe Boys Trilogy

Gordon McAlpine

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Web design and animation for Gordon McAlpine.

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Not Television

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

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David Epstein

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Author website design for Eddie Joyce to promote his novel Small Mercies.“Eddie Joyce’s debut novel masterfully depicts an Italian-Irish American family on Staten Island and their complicated emotional history. Ten years after the loss of Bobby—the Amendola family’s youngest son—everyone is still struggling to recover from the firefighter’s unexpected death”

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