Based out of New York office, Bradley most recently art directed Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality home screen
Framestore has hired Ian Bradley as design director, based out of the company’s New York office.
Bradley has previously worked across projects at The Mill, Method, Psyop, McCann Worldgroup, AKQA, and 360i.
Bradley most recently art directed Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality home screen, as well as Accor Hotels’ biometric data-driven installation experience. He has also created concept art for film and advertising projects, including the Spider-Man: Homecoming title sequence, and 2017’s fully CG anthem spot for the US Marines.
His roles have ranged from concept artist across cinematic, commercial, gaming and AR experiences; illustrator and character designer for children’s entertainment; front-end interactive web design and development; and UX and UI designer for devices and applications created for non-verbal children with cerebral palsy and autism.
Bradley is briefed with helping to grow the department in New York, and developing creative across 2D, 3D, AR, VR and experiential projects at Framestore.
Bradley said: “Our goal at the New York office is to usher in a creative culture centered around hybrid talent that can invent the design solutions needed for the rapidly evolving canvases, technologies and aesthetics that surround us.”
Framestore New York managing director Charles Howell said: “The lines between departments continue to blur as we see more and more projects push creative boundaries, which makes Ian, with his immense talent, wide range of expertise, and exceptional leadership a natural choice to guide the growth of the design team.”