Christopher G. Thompson is currently creative director at the London Review of Books.
He has worked for a diverse range of clients, across multiple platforms, specialising in creative direction, design, musical composition, and sound design.
Having worked at all levels within the creative industry, from large agencies to smaller design studios, these experiences have provided him with the opportunity to lead and nurture both small and large teams, creating original, engaging, and integrated brand experiences across multiple platforms.
At the core of all of his projects is a strong conceptual basis and an approach that is always appropriate and relevant to the specific needs of that particular client or brief.
In 2010 he completed an MSc in Modernity, Space and Place within the Urban Lab at UCL and is also a visiting lecturer at Camberwell College of Art and UWE Bristol.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss a project, full portfolio is available on request:
London Review of Books
TOBE in collaboration with DJA
Graphic Thought Facility
Adidas, Amanda Levete, Armani, Bally, Calvin Klein, Claridge’s London, Design Miami, Edun, Established & Sons, Gap, Garage Magazine, Hunter Gather, Mulberry, Nike, Our Legacy, Phaidon, Phillip Lim 3.1, Prada, Searcy’s, Stella McCartney, Target, Tod’s, Versace & Villa Budapest.