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Andy Reay

Assistant Professor

Department: Northumbria School of Design

Andrew Reay_ADSSAndy has two decades worth of experience working as a professional Graphic Designer.

He worked for many respected design agencies north and south of the border, before becoming a Brand Consultant in 2006, working for clients nationally and internationally. During this time he also became an Associate Lecturer on the Graphic Design Course at Northumbria, before becoming a full time Senior Lecturer in 2009.

Andy’s been lucky enough to have had a lot of industry recognition and pats on the back over the years and has won over 20 industry awards including the Roses Awards, Fresh Awards, Design Week Awards and the New York Clio Awards. He has also had work featured in design publications such as Design Week and an international typographic design book, TypoShirt One, focusing typography and apparel.

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  • PCAPL September 01 2009
  • BA (Hons) September 01 1993
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2014


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