Mr. David A. Linderman

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Bio

Commissioned for a variety of work in interactive media, print, animation, film since 1994. Current focus on strategic campaigns, conceptual design and promotions across a wide variety of channels and touch points. • First associated with the early experimental and commercial projects at Fork Unstable Media, an interactive design group founded together with two friends and partners in 1996, in Hamburg, Germany. A second Fork studio was launched in New York City closely followed by a third office in 1999 in Berlin, where I worked as Creative Director/Partner and taught as Professor for Graphic Design & Interactive Design at the Hochschule für Gestaltung (HfG-Offenbach) from 2004 until a move to Hi-Res! London in 2009. • Three projects from Fork Unstable Media were included in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Permanent Collection of Architectecture and Design and exhibited in 2001 and the studio won numerous international awards and distinctions, including the Art Directors Club New York, Art Directors Club Deutschland, New York Festivals, the One Show, Clio Award and the New York Type Directors Club, for clients as diverse as Adidas, Flyer, MTV USA, NIVEA International, OTTO, Der Tagesspiegel, the Berlin Transmediale Festival, Universal Records and WIRED magazine. • Under Florian Schmitt and Alexandra Jugovic, actively participated in the creative direction within the larger Syzygy group in Germany and the UK. Clients included Chanel, Dolce&Gabbana, Jägermeister Mast (DE) and a plethora of project work under the WPP umbrella for clients such as IBM, Starbucks and Doritos. • Established the first Hi-ReS! satellite studio in New York in 2011 and responsible for creative direction of interactive work for Chanel USA, Edun, Helmut Lang, Jägermeister, Theyskens' Theory, Lincoln Motors, Riot Games and part-time as an Adjunct Professor for the NYU Poly's Integrated Digital Media department.

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