About

Christopher Bryce Morris is an international art director and interdisciplinary creative born in Los Angeles, California but is a citizen of the world. He's committed to living creativity with an eye for new trends while bringing his all to any project. Having worked with a variety of high-profile clients in the US , Middle East and Asia, Christopher is always on the lookout for new exciting opportunites.

He’s not a technician, he’s a creative problem-solver. He doesn't just perform tasks or blindly follow the lead of previous campaigns, Christopher creates bespoke solutions to your unique visual problems. He believes fortune favors the bold. And that simple, intuitive yet original solutions are the boldest moves of all.

Growing up a punk rock kid in LA, enthralled by art, he wants to bring the elegance and free-form thought of art into design.

Design is his vice, and that passion will help your business.

What Sets Me Apart

Working diligently on my craft and concentrating on creative problem-solving that always highlights user experience ensures that I approach your project with:

  • A solutions-focused framework for approaching design problems
  • A solid overhead view that analyzes your projects pipeline from inception to end user
  • An open mind for input from all stakeholders but keeping mindful of the end goal
Art Direction
92%
Project Managment
87%
Design
95%
Creative Thought/Problem Solving
100%

My Services

Art Direction

An Art Director is a mediator, most importantly acting as an interface between clients and the creative team. After a decade working in the creative field on projects in both the private and public sectors for a diverse array clients, I’ve worked with many stakeholders. From fellow designers, on and off-screen talent, end users and developers I’ve developed valuable intergroup communication skills. These skills are key to taking projects from inception to completion.

 

Design

“True simplicity is, well, you just keep on going and going until you get to the point where you go, ‘Yeah, well, of course.'” – Jonathan Ive

The best design is seamless. Whether bold or subdued, great design fits the needs of a brand coherently. When crafting the look and feel of a client, project or event, all obstacles to the user’s experience should vanish.

Projects
143
Clients
68
Coffee Cups
999
Years Working
9

I’ve Proudly Worked With…

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Are Business Cards Still Necessary? Every time I slip someone my email or LinkedIn, some part of me questions the need for business cards. Especially here, in Southeast Asia, where so much of business goes on over social media. Instead of over Slack chat or Skype, many internal teams here use Facebook for group communication. […]

FOMO Hand Lettering Preview

FOMO – A Hand Lettering Case Study   Inspiration for hand lettering pieces can come from anywhere. A recent spark came recently, in Vietnam, while I was speaking to a guy about relocating. He was contemplating moving from Saigon to a small beachside town a few hours away to get more work done. For him […]

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The Importance of Time Tracking Keeping track of hours is one of the most important tasks in a project. Proper and diligent time tracking can tell you a lot about your business. From potential bottlenecks in your process that suck team members’ time to the real costs vs. profit of your gigs. When I started […]

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