Adam J. Evans-Pringle
I left the womb in the cold winter of 1984, in an obscure part of Wales. I was raised in the countryside, and suffer with terrible allergies. With that in mind I moved away from the valleys and into the city. Having completed my Interactive Design degree in Lincoln, the following month I moved down to London. Here I worked for seven years at a variety of incredible agencies, and as a freelancer. Starting my journey at boutique branding and design studio, Bunch.
My latest post in the UK before moving to NYC was to help create and grow the London arm of Code and Theory. We began as a four, and after an intense year we were fielding a talented team of twenty. It was at this point I hopped across the pond to join the guys over there. I spent just over a year in the New York studio before deciding to dust off my freelance underpants and slide back into them.
My work spans various disciplines, including digital, print, branding, illustration, art direction, user experience, fashion design and creative writing. I’ve enjoyed an increasingly eclectic client base — from fashion to football, to start-ups and multi-nationals.
Client Experience —
Asics, American Express, Artnet, BBC, CBS, DSquared2, Fendi, Ford, French Connection, Google, Hiscox, Hugo Boss, Manchester City, Microsoft, Moët Hennessy, Mulberry, Nike, Red Bull, Scholastic, Skype, Soho House, Swarovski, Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop, Valentino, Virgin Racing, Yahoo!