Frith Kerr set up Studio Frith, the award-winning graphic design consultancy, after 11 years as a director & partner of the highly acclaimed Kerr/Noble. Studio Frith collaborates with a mix of corporate and cultural clients, including Chisenhale Gallery, Gallery Libby Sellers, Hussein Chalayan, Juergen Teller, Melrose & Morgan, Michael Clark, the Serpentine Gallery, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Frith is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale.


Recent projects include: exhibition graphics and catalogue for the design critic Emily King’s show Quick, Quick, Slow at Design Experimenta in Lisbon in Autumn 2009; exhibition graphics for the Victoria and Albert Museum’s 2010 show ‘Quilts—Hidden Histories, Untold Stories’; a book of photographs by Slim Aarons and Juergen Teller of Hotel Il Pellicano; a book on the avant-garde dancer and choreographer Michael Clark, for Violette Editions; and exhibition graphics for 'Valentino: Master of Couture' at Somerset House, 2013.