Senior Lecturer (Level 4)
Simon Emery is a Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design & Illustration at CSVPA and has been Level 4 Year Coordinator at the University of Brighton since 1999. After graduating from The Kent Institute of Art and Design, Simon Emery worked at the studio of Neville Brody and was a member of the illustration group called ‘Heart’.
His creative practice spans many different genres, including graphic design, illustration, book design, corporate branding, typography, font design and printmaking (a fusion of screen printing, collographs, mono prints and digital processes). Clients include: The Edinburgh Festival, The Royal Festival Hall, The United Nations, Agfa International, Germany’s Haus Der Kulturen, Japan’s Korakuen theme park, Font Shop International and The Font Bureau in the USA. Newsweek, BBC, Thames & Hudson, Cinven, Range Rover, Condé Nast, The University of Brighton, The Economist, The Guardian, The Independent, Radio Times and New Scientist.
Simon Emery’s research focuses on Creativity Theory and Meditation, he has recently completed a research project which was funded by a Creativity Fellowship Award.