Garrick Hamm is Creative Partner at London-based brand design consultancy, Williams Murray Hamm (www.williamsmurrayhamm.com). WMH work includes branded packaging, identity, film, retail and exhibition.
Garrick graduated from Somerset College of Art in 1989 to join Michael Peters and Partners. He left after four years to join Tutssels / Lambie-Nairn where he worked across a variety of design disciplines. Garrick joined Williams and Murray in 1999. Award winning projects include branding Dixon Retail’s service brand KNOWHOW, Jamie Oliver’s Recipease store and more recently the rebrand of Broadgate, City of London. Accolades include a D&AD Yellow Pencil, NY Festivals Gold, a Gold Lion (Cannes) and numerous Clio’s.
Garrick is a former President of D&AD and a Fellow if the RSA. An avid filmmaker, his most recent shot, “The Man Who Married Himself” won Best Comedy Award at the LA Shorts Festival (2010).
Garrick has a keen interest in design education, recently running workshops in the UK, Beijing, Singapore and Hong Kong. He has been profiled in the Financial Times and Communication Arts.