Garry Emery

Headshot of Garry Emery, emorystudio
Melbourne, Australia

SEGD Global Design Awards

University of South Australia Signage, Adelaide, Australia, Emerystudio
University of South Australia Signage
Manchester Civil Justice Centre Signage, Emerystudio
Manchester Civil Justice Centre Signage
Melbourne Docklands, Melbourne Docklands Authority, emeryfrost
Melbourne Docklands

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2006 SEGD Fellow

Garry Emery is on the team not only because his name is on the door, but also because he represents the collective wisdom of the studio. Garry Emery is known for his commitment to excellence, best business practices, and dedication to ideas and multi-disciplinary experiential design realized as outstanding persuasive communications.

Garry Emery is a self-taught graphic designer. His achievements have been acknowledged by an honorary doctorate from RMIT University and an honorary Bachelor of Arts from the Sydney Graphics College. He is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University and Deakin University. Garry Emery's contribution to architecture and urbanism has earned him the President's Award from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. He is a member of the prestigious Alliance Graphique Internationale.

emerystudio is based in Melbourne but operates across Australia, Asia, the Middle East and the United Kingdom developing corporate and brand identity, corporate communications,motion graphics, exhibitions and environmental graphic design from the scale of buildings to cities.

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