Pete Rossi was born just outside Glasgow, Scotland in 1981 to an Italian father and Scottish mother. He went on to graduate with a 1st from the Glasgow School of Art in 2006 and has since worked in freelance and full-time capacities for several renowned studios in the UK and Europe. In 2011 he was one of the 50 winners to receive the prestigious Art Directors Club of New York Young Gun award. His work has also been awarded by ADC, Creative Review (The Annual), D&AD, Cannes Lions, Graphis and Red Dot.
He also holds an awarded membership with D&AD, Graphis and ADC, where he formed part of the jury for Young Guns 11. Pete has also been a guest lecturer/judge at Parsons New School of Design in New York.
In 2013, he co-founded design studio RM&CO with Swiss partner Alfio Mazzei, working in fields from Art direction, Book design, Digital media, Typography, Identity, Print and self initiated projects.
Selected clients: Art Directors Club of New York, Associazione Eventi Letterari (Monte Verità), Bwatt Magazine, George Wyllie MBE, Nosakhari, Monotype, Ministry of Sound, Hôpitaux universitaires de Genève, HM Government, Kola Aluko Foundation, Kamel Lazaar Foundation, Shapes of Things, Swiss Ram Watches, Republique Tunisienne: Ministère Des Affaires Culturelles, The Design Studio for Film, IM Global, Tulchan LLP, Universal Music Group.