Neville Brody is an internationally renowned designer, typographer, art director, brand strategist, educator and founder of the Research Studios network (www.researchstudios.com). In addition to lecturing and contributing to a variety of cultural and educational initiatives, Brody works both independently and alongside Research Studios designers on commercial and privately commissioned projects. In 2010 Brody was awarded a Special Commendation by Prince Philip for his Design Council: Designer of the Year Prize and was made a Fellow of the University of the Arts, London his alma mater. In 2011 The Museum of Modern Art in New York selected Brody’s font Blur as part of its permanent design collection. Brody was also made a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) by the Royal Society of Arts in November that year, joining many of his peers in the creative sector. Brody is the Dean of Department for Visual Communications at the Royal College of Art, Vice-President of the D&AD and chair for their education sub-committee. He also sits on the BBC Online Creative Advisory Board and is a member of the film education advisory board to the DCMS.