Brett Davidson has produced graphics, posters, branding campaigns and a variety specialty publications for clients in many industries.
Recent work includes logos for XO Bracing Labs and The Toronto Talent Agent Association (TTAA) as well as official key art for the recent films, "Hopeful Romantic" and "Window of Opportunity" and the upcoming "Jonni Dingo's Eyeball."
Other notable work includes the 77th Oscar poster and branding campaign, the first commemorative poster for the Computer Animation Festival at SIGGRAPH, and the rebranding of The Hollywood Walk of Fame and The Mirisch Agency.
Brett's clients include The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Sony Pictures, The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, The Donna Kanter Company and Palm Springs Life Magazine.
Brett grew up in Toronto, where a background in entertainment and a love of the cinema eventually led him to the University of Miami where he double-majored in film and graphic design. After Hurricane Andrew dealt a fateful blow in 1992, Brett moved to Los Angeles where he was later accepted into the University of Southern California to continue his film and design studies. His academic and practical experiences have influenced his unique sense of style. Signature elements – including arresting images, strong typography and color sensibilities, and clean executions – can be seen throughout his portfolio.
Brett currently lives and works in Los Angeles.