Graham is responsible for maintaining Design Bridge’s creative quality and reputation and with the help of his team of Creative Directors, he oversees the three studios in London, Amsterdam and Singapore.
Born in East London, Graham entered the creative world in 1979 – unusually, straight from school. He joined the John Blackburn Partnership as a studio junior and won a D&AD Yellow Pencil for Typography for Cockburn’s Ports in 1985.
Joining Allied International Designers in 1986, he met his future partners in what would later that year, become the fledgling Design Bridge.
The company has grown from a handful of people to nearly 400 across the offices, and in this time Graham has spearheaded the company’s creative growth and seen it acquire a wealth of international awards.
The FAB Awards, which are an International Awards programme focused entirely on work done for Food and Beverage brands, are currently open for entries until March 7th, 2018.
The Awards recognise the critical contribution that outstanding creative work makes to build brands, it identifies and rewards the leading practitioners from around the world, and it acknowledges their contribution to their Clients and their Agencies.
Now in its 20th year, The FAB Awards has taken entries from many Clients, every leading Agency Network, and many important Challenger Agencies from over 60 countries globally.
Categories for the 20th year include Ethical, Sustainable and Influencer Marketing in addition to the traditional Design, Packaging, Digital, Advertising and Marketing Communications categories.
Judging for The 20th FAB Awards will commence at the end of April, with The Awards Night taking place on May 24th, 2018 at The Hurlingham Club in London.
Source: The FAB Awards