Throughout the last decade Nijel Taylor led the transformation of major brands across multiple industries. As an accomplished creative director, designer and strategic consultant, Nijel understands not only how to quickly generate great ideas, but also how to develop them with rich storytelling. He is adept at setting logo design, color, photo art direction, illustration, typography, and 2D animation. With his can-do attitude and creativity, he loves to develop nothing but the best ideas for clients, from start to finish. As a champion of DEI, he deeply knows the value voices from all backgrounds can contribute to the design process. He believes being collaborative, curious, even-keeled, and efficient makes for positive and timeless work. He passionately sees design as a tool to engage others and create meaningful change. Through his projects, Nijel aims to create work that resonates with a diverse range of audiences and pushes the potential of branding.
Partnering and contributing to the work of powerhouse creative agencies such as Lippincott, Trollbäck+Company, Superunion, and Siegel+Gale, Nijel has had the fortune of collaborating to transform and reimagine notable iconic brands such as Taco Bell, MTV International, The NFL Network, and Sesame Workshop.
Nijel received his BFA from The University of the Arts, where he graduated as the Valedictorian with honors in Graphic Design. He has taught Motion Design at Kean University and actively mentors industry talent. His work has been recognized by design publications such as GDUSA, Logo Lounge, Graphis and recently Graphic Design Solutions Edition 6, as well as Strategic Creativity – both by creative author, Robin Landa. In 2022 he had the distinct honor of being a design jury member for The One Club for Creativity: Young Guns 20.
Nijel lives in Philadelphia, PA with his partner and their dog Reese. When Nijel isn’t busy building brands for clients, he likes to develop and create for his personal clothing brand Hypervivid, a brand crafted to highlight dreams, encourage others to capitalize on them, and celebrate the creative community.

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