Adam Larson spent the first ten years of his career developing a comprehensive understanding of the creative industry while climbing the ranks within various leading design and advertising firms. In 2007 he left his position as VP Creative Director at Arnold to pursue his own practice focusing on branding and design. Larson’s experience spans many disciplines having lead a wide range of creative initiatives for an impressive list of arts, entertainment, and lifestyle clients. His work has been featured in numerous international design-related publications, and has received many design and advertising awards. He lives and works in Boston, where he sits on the advisory board of the regional AIGA chapter, and is an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
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