Paul Williams

Paul Williams is the Director of Creative Services at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada.
Halifax, Canada

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Paul Williams is the Director of Creative Services at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada.

Paul Williams is also the Treasurer and Past President of the Atlantic Chapter of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada. 

Trained at the school of "I Want To Know How To Do That", Paul Williams has combined an eclectic background in theatre and music with a love of photography, pop culture and computers into a career that his Mom would never have predicted. Part of the last generation of designers to use Letraset on a daily basis, his 22+ years as a freelancer, Agency Guy and in-house Creative Director have given him experience with hundreds of design, brand, broadcast and advertising projects and clients of all shapes and sizes.

Paul is currently the Director of Creative Services at Dalhousie University and strives for eternal youth by playing bass in a rock band called American Eric.

Paul's areas of expertise include: advertising, art direction, branding, creative direction, design education, identity design, music, photography, print design, production, strategy, typography, and web design.

Paul Williams's interests and keywords include: creative, strategy, conception, development, production, marketing, advertising, communication, art direction, graphic design, cgd, photography, digital, print, broadcast, business, corporate, non-profit, education, teaching, mentor, pop-culture, arts, music, film, cycling, chocolate, kite flying.

Paul graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre. 

Connect with Paul Williams on LinkedIn.

See his work at Dalhousie University and GDC.

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