Stewart Devlin is chief creative officer of NYC-based Red Peak, where he leads cross-disciplinary teams of designers, brand strategists, photographers, and art directors, focused on finding solutions to the most complicated marketing problems.
Throughout his career, Stewart’s stayed true to his conviction that the thoughtful application of design principles, executed well, can have a massive impact, whether the product is fresh-baked bread, the chip inside a computer, or a nonprofit’s services. He has branded islands and created identities for companies in media and retail; he’s packaged oils and hard liquor and tackled 21st century typographic challenges with the creation of a global, proprietary font.
Post graduation from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, Stewart started out in London at Lewis Moberly, then moved to Williams Murray Hamm. Curious about life in America, he moved to New York City, where he’s worked at Desgrippes Gobé, TAXI and The Partners. In 2010, at its launch, he joined Red Peak, a fast-growing agency now part of Tokyo-based Hakuhodo DY Holdings’ kyu collective.
Stewart has created award-winning work recognized by the International Festival of Creativity at Cannes, the One Show, D&AD, CLIO, Type Directors Club, LIA Awards, Graphis, the Art Directors Club, Communication Arts and more.