Over the last three decades, Neville Brody has established himself as one of the most prolific, innovative and influential graphic designers in the world. He has consistently produced inspirational work, admired by a diverse international audience.
A renowned designer, typographer, art director and brand strategist, Brody is a hands-on practitioner working with a diverse roster of clients from global corporations to local businesses. Alongside his studio work he is also a passionate voice in the design community, an educator and a spokesman for counter culture in the creative industries.
The Royal College of Art in London has recently appointed Brody as Professor and as Dean of the School of Communication. He has recently carried out a re-branding of the college, to be introduced in 2013. Currently President of D&AD, he also chairs their education sub-committee, where he is behind the launch of the new D&AD Foundation aimed at promoting creative education and supporting student fees.
He sits as chair on the BBC Online Creative Advisory Board and is a member of the film education advisory board to the DCMS. Having redesigned The Times newspaper and the BBC website, current clients include LVMH, Nike, United British Media, Nokia and Converse together with several arts and culture based organisations in the UK and Asia.