Our client is a well-established and highly regarded branding agency who take a holistic and strategic approach to producing beautiful, conceptual and luxe work for a range of international clients. They are seeking an established Senior Art Director/Design Director to join them and add significant value to the business.
This person should be just as confident leading a team of creatives as they are liaising with clients and building relationships. You should still be comfortable being a hands-on designer, when needed, but will need to be equally adept and influential running client meetings, presenting and explaining creative solutions in an inspirational and impressive way. We are looking for well-crafted portfolios full of beautiful work and considered concepts for brand identity, editorial, place-making, print and digital disciplines. Aesthetic is hugely important for this Studio and they will need to be able to see a strong alignment to their clients so suitable folios will need to have a highly refined and polished look.
This is a lovely role, crafted around the experience and skills of the individual with the opportunity to create strategic, concept driven work. There will also be the opportunity for international travel.
Our ideal candidate:
Has a branding background with a wealth of experience creating well thought-out, concept driven work and a portfolio with a refined aesthetic.
Has significant experience running client meetings and workshops, is credible and influential in creative discussions and presentations.
Still enjoys the day to day delivery of creative projects and is comfortable being hands on when needed as well as directing and overseeing projects.
An enthusiastic team player with a collaborative attitude, always ready to challenge perceptions to create something better.
Will bring exceptional positive energy and solutions to every project whilst nurturing, encouraging and developing the ideas of others.
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