I run a team of remote workers providing branding and design services. I'm alternately based in Tokyo and Sydney.
My career began in 1997 answering phones at an ad agency in Sydney. I went on to lead the design department.
In 1999 I spent six weeks in Nepal and trekked through the Himalayas on the Annapurna trail.
In 2000 while at a conference in Hong Kong I was the target of an elaborate Blackjack scam.
In 2005 I enrolled in AWARD School, where I learnt to write ideas for advertising. I graduated as a top performer and went on to work as an art director for FNL.
In 2007 I returned to design, working at Jones Bay Wharf in one of Sydney's leading UX studios. After two years I began working freelance for Clemenger BBDO, Singleton Ogilvy and Mather, Massive, Razorfish, and Bauer Media.
In 2010 I relocated to Japan, working remotely while absorbing all the inspiration the landscape, cities and culture have to offer.
In 2014 I launched a font called Comic Neue, which was an instant internet sensation. It’s now available on Google Fonts.
I'm currently in Tokyo. I act as Head of Marketing Design for Snapfish Australia and New Zealand, while producing works and shows for my art project, Ghoul. I also run an online store selling Japanese-themed design assets.
I post my adventures to Instagram. If you'd like to get in touch my DMs are open @craigrozynski