John Simoudis

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Artist

John Simoudis (born 1965 in Thessaloniki, Greece) is an American graphic designer, creative director and photographer. John Simoudis lives and works in New York City.

Education

John Simoudis received a BA in the Economics and Art History from Bard College.

Work

Simoudis is the founder of Simoudis Image Design a creative studio that specializes in brand identity for luxury firms, and special creative projects. The firm has created campaigns and has managed projects for some of the best known global brands, including BMW, Bul­gari Parfums and Cartier and has helped launch many small luxury startups.

Between 2000 and 2003 John Simoudis created several campaigns for Cartier fine jewelry and for the US launch of Roadster Timepiece. From 2004 to 2007 John Simoudis was a creative consultant at Bulgari Perfumes.

In 2013 John Simoudis designed the brand identity program for the relaunch of Minton's, the historic Harlem jazz club.

In 2014 Simoudis designed the title sequence for the independent movie, Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story,[1] which was directed by N.C. Heikin. The film, about saxophonist Frank Morgan, premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2014.

Simoudis, who also works as a photographer, has been influenced by Polaroid instant cameras and he often experiments by processing digital images using proprietary processing to imitate analogue results. His photographic subjects range from urban landscapes to street photography of people. John Simoudis lists László Moholy-Nagy, Man Ray and André Kertész as inspirations. John Simoudis' photographs are in several private collections.

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