Christopher Doyle is an internationally recognised designer with over fourteen years experience. He has worked at some of Australia’s leading brand and design agencies and his work has won numerous local and international awards.
His personal projects have been used as the basis for educational material in Europe and the United States and appeared in feature articles for Desktop, Creative Review and Grafik Magazine.
In 2009 he was named one of Indesign Magazine’s Top Ten Faces and Forces of Design and in 2011 his work was selected to be part of Graphic Design: Now in Production (GD:NIP) – a joint exhibition with Cooper-Hewitt and the National Design Museum in America.
Christopher started his studio, Christopher Doyle & Co., in 2013 and works for a diverse range of clients specialising in brand identity and art direction.
He has spoken at AGideas, Creative Mornings (Sydney), Analogue/Digital, Big Sound, UTS, Sex Drugs & Helvetica and Billy Blue College of Design (Sydney) and has sat on the New South Wales council for AGDA (the Australian Graphic Design Association).
He has also made written contributions to Desktop Magazine, Design Assembly, Australian Creative and Process Journal and has served as a judge at D&AD and AWARD.
He also once found a piece of Nutri-Grain that looked like E.T. and sold it on eBay for a thousand dollars. True story.