leads her as a
designer, art director, and illustrator. The studio collaborates on a range of work including
publication design, illustration, art direction, curation, set & space design, visual identity, and other printed matter.
Select clients include The New York Times, Thames & Hudson, Red Bull, Penguin, Ban.do, Buzzfeed, and Kester Black.
Ngaio Parr founded her eponymous studio in 2014. She studied Fine Arts at QUT, and Design at QCA and RISD. In addition to her work in the
she is the founder and director of
a platform for creative women that provides a supportive community, inclusive spaces (physical and virtual),
practical industry advice, and showcases talent. Ngaio has taught design at the University of Technology Sydney since 2015, and is a contributor to
She speaks regularly at conferences and institutions around the world about her work and the power of women - among them
and often curates
for these same communities.
We champion the fact that no two projects are the same, and as such draw on a network of talented creatives including developers, photographers,
stylists, writers, and other art directors and designers to create the ultimate creative team for each project’s needs. Current and previous studio
Angela Tam, and