‘the go-to graphic designer for creative clients’ 
The New York Times

Frith Kerr is an award winning graphic designer and founder of Studio Frith, celebrated for its original work and exceptional clients. Her studio has produced acclaimed work for some of the world’s leading cultural institutions, brands and artists. These include Frieze Art Fairs, Guggenheim New York, Ilse Crawford, Roksanda, Philippe Parreno, Michael Clark and Company, Hotel Il Pellicano, Skye Gyngell and Spring.

Frith has built a practice renowned for its visionary creativity and research led approach. The work can take many forms: from brand identity design to perfume bottles, campaigns to books, and packaging to films. Frith believes in the power of design as a creative strategic tool to develop and evolve businesses.

Frith studied at Camberwell College of Arts and at the Royal College of Art. She co-founded and ran the design agency Kerr|Noble for 11 years before setting up Studio Frith in 2009. She is a trustee of the Arts Foundation, a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale and the only person in Who’s Who to list ‘reading in the bath’ under interests.