Creative Lives — Nick Finney, Creative Director at NB Studio

Posted 14 March 2017 Interview by Laura Snoad

Twenty years ago creative director Nick Finney left Pentagram to set up his own practice, London-based NB Studio, with friend and colleague Alan Dye. Over these two decades NB has won huge clients like John Lewis, The Victoria and Albert Museum and Channel Four, and last year even co-created a play that was performed at Design Indaba. As creative director, Nick splits his time between the ideas and excitement of the studio’s creative vision and the more mundane (but essential) financial and administrative demands of running a business. He might not be such a big fan of the latter, but he finds the experience fun and rewarding and “loves coming to work”.

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