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Address

20 Exchange Place
New York, NY 10005
US

Company Name

Addison

Company Type

Design

Email

rcolbourne@addison.com

Biography/Work Experience

After several years as a designer in London, Richard moved to New York and for the last 19 years has been proud to be part of the Addison family. His role is to ensure the union of strategy and creativity that drives business impact. Richard directs creative across branding and marketing programs, stakeholder communications, integrated digital experiences, video, social media and events. His awards include D&AD awards, The Type Directors Club, Graphis Design, Graphis Annual Report, The Black Book AR100, Print Magazine Awards, The Sappi Annual Report Show, The ARC Awards, The New York Festivals, The Creativity Awards and The Donside Graphic Design Awards. His work has been published in Communication Arts, Graphic Design USA, How Magazine, Step Magazine, Hot Graphics International, and Color Graphics by Rockport, and has been featured in articles for Bloomberg Business Week, Essential Principles of Graphic Design by Rotovision and Graphis International Journal of Visual Communication. His work is housed in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington and has been exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in New York, the Hamburg Museum for Art and Commerce, the Galerie Widmer + Theodoris in Zurich, Raffles College in Singapore and The Rotunda in Hong Kong. He has judged the Communication Arts Design Annual, Graphis Annual Report Awards, The Black Book AR100 Awards, The Sappi Annual Report Show, The ARC Awards, The British Association of Illustrators Awards and The New Jersey Art Directors Club Awards. Richard has been a visiting lecturer at Parsons School of Design. Some of Richard’s clients include GE, Yahoo, Nike, PepsiCo, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Honeywell, Verizon, Blackstone, Bank of America, Morton Salt and The World Bank Group.

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