Garrick Hamm is Creative Partner at London based brand design consultancy Williams Murray Hamm.
Garrick joined Michael Peters & Partners after graduating from Somerset College of Art in 1989. After four years he joined Tutssels/Lambie-Nairn where he worked across a variety of different design disciplines and fell in love with moving image. He joined Williams and Murray in 1999 and amongst other projects, he has been the Creative Director on the re-launch of Fortnum & Mason’s packaging and identity. More recently, he helped launch Jamie Oliver’s new Recipease store in Clapham which won a Gold Lion at Cannes (2009) and a Gold win for Brand Identity at the New York Festivals (2010). He has won other numerous major awards, including a D&AD Yellow Pencil and two DBA Design Effectiveness Grand Prix Awards and a shelf full of Clios.
As former President of D&AD and a Fellow of the RSA, Garrick has a keen interest in design education. He has been profiled in the Financial Times and The Observer. In his spare time he is an avid filmmaker; his first short film “Lucky Numbers” was nominated at the Chlotrudis Awards, USA. His most recent film ‘The Man Who Married Himself’ starring Richard E Grant and Emilia Fox won Best Comedy Award at the LA Shorts Festival (2010).