Research Output per year
—MA Sequential Design & Illustration, BA Hons Graphic Design
—Diamond has overseen a variety of projects. Driven by memory, narrative, topology, materiality and image-making his practice is developing work, principals and cross-cultural/cross-platform design thinking. His practice is currently developing social-led platforms for design for good, motion graphics and excellence in typography, all of which informs his teaching, overseeing:
14 x Awards. International Society of Typographic Designers
9 x Awards. CReative Conscience Awards
2 x Awards D&AD Awards
—Freelance Art Director
Founded the multi-disciplined studio/design company Neasden Control Centre. As Art Director he worked at the crossroads of animation, branding, campaigns, exhibition, graphic design, illustration, installation motion, print and product. Two monographs have been published worldwide by Die Gestalten Verlag and featured on reading lists across teaching platfoms. The company was placed 85 in the 200 Best Design Moments Ever in 2012, by Computer Arts Magazine.
Selected client list includes: Amnesty International, Action Aid, BBC, Diesel, Esquire Magazine, Island, Records, MTV, The NHS and Rome Snowboards.
Selected exhibitions include: Demo Festival Amsterdam, The Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, The Filesharers Gallery Berlin, MIMA Middlesbrough, The Modart Festival Munich, The Batlic Newcastle, The Punct Gallery Tilburg, Holland and at The National Gallery in London.
Summary of Research Interests
Driven by memory, narrative, topology, materiality and image-making his practice is developing work, principals and cross-cultural/cross-platform design thinking. His practice is currently developing social-led platforms for design for good.
Bachelor, Norwich University of the Arts
1994 → 1997
Award Date: 19 Jan 2028
Master, University of Brighton
1998 → 2000
Award Date: 1 Sep 2000
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
Research output: Other contribution
Research output: Non-textual form › Digital or Visual Products
Research output: Non-textual form › Exhibition