David McKendrick began his career as a designer at Graphic Thought Facility, one of the most innovative design companies in London. The group produced work for Tate, Booth-Clibborn Editions, the Design Museum, the V&A and Habitat, among others.
Previously, he's worked as Art Editor of the Bespoke department at Wallpaper* magazine and as a Senior Designer at the fashionable design group, North. He joined Esquire in May 2007.
His creative vision has helped the brand gain widespread recognition for its cutting edge and bold design and art direction, winning him numerous awards throughout his tenure there.
In 2014, McKendrick set up a creative agency with Lee Belcher (former art director at Wallpaper*) – B.A.M. Their first projects include a full redesign of the Christie’s magazine, and continuing as Creative Directors for Esquire’s Big Black Book.