Richard Palmer Joins Little Big Brands as Creative Director

Little Big Brands is excited to welcome Richard Palmer as Creative Director to the New York design firm. Palmer is an industry veteran, having created award-winning work for brands such as Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, Mars Pet Care, Unilever and SC Johnson, amongst many others.

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White Plains, NY (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

Richard will join John Nunziato, Chief Creative Officer, in building the design practice at LBB, and strengthening the firm’s reputation as a top U.S. brand consultancy. They represent a formidable duo that will lead all creative initiatives at the agency. The addition of Palmer will ensure senior level creative involvement on each and every project.

“Richard was on the top of my wish list when it came to adding to our creative leadership,” said Nunziato. “He’s the total package – a great designer, a true leader, and someone clients and colleagues respect and really like. We couldn’t be happier that he’s chosen to call LBB home.”

“The idea of working with LBB energizes and inspires me to create, so I'm thrilled to be joining them. Being in a position to bring my experiences and creative sensibility to collaborate with the team and also help influence LBB’s future, is extremely exciting,” said Palmer.

Palmer is an honors graduate of Norwich School of Art & Design, and began his career at some of the top firms in the business – Landor, Sterling Brands, Anthem and Clark McDowall. Most recently, Palmer served as Creative Director at structural design firm Product Ventures, building the graphic design arm of the business. His work has been recognized by International design competitions and in major industry publications alike.

“We believe we can compete with the top names in the industry, and we’re backing that up by hiring the best talent in the business,” said Nunziato.

Little Big Brands (LBB) specializes in strategic brand design – including brand strategy, consumer research, concept development, naming, structural design, graphic design, and print production. http://www.littlebigbrands.com


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