Eric Montgomery is a graphic designer with over 30 years of experience in a wide variety of professional settings and 16 years of experience teaching both graduate and undergraduate students in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. In 1993, he founded his own studio working with clients to create bespoke solutions and designs that reflect the unique culture, products and messages of each individual client.
Experienced with both small studios and larger institutions, he has created and collaborated on a wide range of significant projects, conceptualizing, designing and launching websites and collateral for the likes of Will Bruder Architects, Lifelock, Miller Russell Associates, Gallo Blanco/ Otro and Bentley Gallery among others. He also has significant experience in the non-profit world. He was the Creative Manager who opened the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix. He designed the look and feel of the galleries and directed the design and implementation of its exhibitions, website, ads and collateral materials.
Eric’s experience as a design instructor at ASU, shaping a new generation of design professionals, along with his own independent and on-going practice, have kept him on the cutting edge of technology, art and culture. He is an attentive collaborator and results focused designer who gets the job done.