Rodney Mylius

About Rodney

Rodney started in publishing at the Oxford University Press and then moved to London to join what became one of the UK’s most creative identity businesses, Newell and Sorrell, where he was lucky to lead on a whole host of remarkable projects. They ranged from designing the identity for the then-startup Bloomsbury to British Airways made famous by Margaret Thatcher’s opposition to our replacement of the Union flag with world art, to Selfridges and M&S who heeventually joined to be their brand guru through three rebrands.

Rodney is fascinated by what nimble brains and technology can produce. The speed of design and branding work these days is amazing – and of course, the same principles still hold true as always: with a strong concept, you can go anywhere.