I am an experienced multidisciplinary designer based in San Francisco, specialising in graphic design and illustration.

In the mid 80's I discovered skateboarding and never looked back.

1990's golden era skateboard magazines and videos supplied a fountain of endless creativity, alternative inspirations and music which deeply resonated.

chris morgan ride on backlip millennium bridge london tate modern photo by raf wojnowski

In 1996, while studying, I began designing club flyers for nights in Southampton and London. By 1998, I moved to Bristol, designing flyers and posters for local club nights and bars and also contributed to 50:50 Skate Store.

In 2000, I moved to London to work full time for a music company, gaining experience in brand design across print and web projects, including websites, packaging, book layouts, clothing artwork, print ad's and logo design.

In 2006, I launched Science Skateboards, a British skateboard company, running it mostly solo but with help from distributors in UK and Japan. I collaborated with guest creatives on skateboard graphics and with a team of skateboarders on various video and photo projects.

In 2017, I moved to San Francisco. After a year of preparation, Science relaunched in 2019 with Bay Area team additions and a promo video. The launch included a new company website, B2B website, photographs, other videos, magazine features, and a series of print ads. However, the pandemic hit a few months in, stock was running low, and ultimately we were forced to close a few months into lockdown due to supply chain issues.

Now, I am focusing on freelance design and illustration, utilising my experience and dedication. This new direction allows me to bring a personal focused approach to each project, I am committed to delivering high-quality, impactful work that is tailored to your brand's specific needs and objectives.

Feel free to reach out with any questions or to discuss potential projects. I look forward to working together and contributing to your success.

Currently available for design projects.


Photo: Daniel Beck