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A graduate of the renowned British Art School, St. Martins, in London, David Calderley has a masters in both Illustration and Design. In 1997 he was hired by Sir Richard Branson as creative director for V2 records in New York and stayed on for 10 years while creating iconic album art for many artists including The White Stripes and Moby.
In 2007, he decided to devote all of his creative energy to his own aptly named studio, Graphic Therapy, and has gone on to re-brand the Carmen Marc Valvo Couture label in New York City, as well as art directing and designing for some of the top agencies in America, creating memorable campaigns for Adobe and Disney to name a few.
David continues to create album art, more recently for Beck and Interpol. His experience of working within many different disciplines in music and fashion has allowed him to work on a variety of platforms: print, web and broadcast/video.
His work has been shown in the Smithsonian Institute, and the Cooper Hewitt Museum in NY. He recently had two, 6 page features in the Internationally renowned IDN magazine and The UK based Computer Arts, and is a regular contributor to Design manuals in America and Europe, specializing in aspects of the best of Graphic Design.
David's website graphictherapy.com
has been recognized as 'best of breed' in Digital Thread 2008, the industry meter for contemporary Website Design.
He continues to work from his newly located studio in Harlem.PORTFOLIO 1PORTFOLIO 2MUSICDESIGNMUSICMUSICMUSICDESIGNMUSICYou need to upgrade Flash Player to view this web site.
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