I'm Nik (he/him/his), a Creative Director and Designer with more than 10 years’ experience working with global brands such as Soho House, Meta (Facebook), gestalten, Winkreative, The Sunday Times, and Condé Nast, as well as Marvel, Hyundai, Swarovski and Zeiss.
My expertise lies in visual identity and creative leadership; positioning brands, developing concepts, identities and packaging, defining brand guidelines, formulating content and marketing ideas, and leading and building creative teams across continents.
Throughout my career I have spearheaded global campaigns – overseeing the creative direction for both digital and editorial deliverables, as well as art direction and concept development for film, photography and illustration.
My multi-disciplinary design approach is strategic and concept-driven, guided by an interest for human-centric design that is considered to be resourceful, inclusive and inspiring.
I am always striving to produce design work that evokes an emotional response, inspires action, adds value and helps products, brands and businesses to grow and succeed.
I truly believe in the power of creative collaboration and have built up and nurtured a global network of expert creatives with whom I regularly collaborate. These individuals span the breadth of the creative industries: from graphic, interior and experiential designers to architects, illustrators, photographers, stylists, videographers, marketing and copywriting experts and editors.
At present, I am currently residing in Sydney, while working on a variety of projects based in Europe, the UK, North America and Australia.
If you are interested in discussing how we could work together to bring your brief to life, please do reach out and and contact me through my contact page.
I am always happy to expand my network and chat through any creative or conceptual ideas.
Art Director at Soho House. Freelance Senior Graphic Designer in Sydney, London, Berlin. Hospitality branding and design. Graphic Designer at Soho House. Head of Design at Gestalten.