Creative DirectorBBC UX&D
In 1997, while running a skateboard shop, producing fanzines and studying design, David was snapped up by world renowned agency The Designers Republic and thrown in at the deep end. What followed was 16 years, both with DR, and later his own studio Kiosk, producing cutting edge design for the music, arts, gaming, TV and fashion industries.
In 2012 the renowned UK design awards body D&AD included David in its list of “50 Creative Greats” which included the likes of Terry Gilliam, Storm Thorgerson and Paul Smith.
In 2013 he joined the BBC as Creative Director of User Experience and Design, overseeing the organisation’s Global Experience Language.