Michael Curia

Senior Graphic Designer

Michael is a senior graphic designer with a passion for creating work with a strong conceptual underpinning that reflects the subject matter through a considered combination of form, colour, materiality and distinct typographic sensibility.

Graduating from Manchester School of Art in 2015 with a BA in Graphic Design, Michael then moved to London to start his career working as a graphic designer at Studio Fernando Gutiérrez. During three years he gained experience working on a wide variety of projects for clients such as the National Gallery, the Design Museum, Bloomberg, and photographer Thomas Struth.

In 2019 Michael joined Praline design studio. During the five years he spent there he progressed to a senior level and continued to work on a variety of cultural projects across editorial, exhibition, identity and digital design. He worked on exhibitions for the Bank of England and Musée national de la Marine de Paris, books for Waddington Custot and Soho House, campaigns for Art on the Underground and Charleston, as well as brand identities for HGP Architects and the Academy of Social Sciences.

Michael is motivated to work across a variety of design disciplines and aims to apply a thorough and methodical approach in solving problems to deliver beyond the clients brief.