Amelia Noble studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art (1992–1995) and at the Royal College of Art (1995–1997). She set up her own studio Amelia Noble & Partners in London, and works as a designer and creative consultant.
Previously Amelia was Partner and Director of Kerr|Noble for 11 years — one of London’s leading, independently owned design companies, whose design work for Channel 4, The Design Museum, Phaidon and Liberty was internationally acclaimed.
Amelia works across all media, creating designs for books, brochures, posters, typefaces and signage to working on branding and identities for products, exhibitions and websites for a range of corporate and cultural clients.
Clients past and present include: Artangel, Arts Council, Barbican Art Gallery, British Council, Caruso St. John Architects, Charities Advisory Trust, Design Council, David Chipperfield Architects, Faber & Faber, General Public Agency, Melrose & Morgan, Modern Art Oxford, Science Museum, Selfridges, Shakespeare’s Globe, Serpentine Gallery, Studio Ilse, Tate Modern & Tate Britain, Tony Kaye, Heatherwick Studio, Violette Editions, Victoria & Albert Museum, Welcome Trust and Oglivy & Mather NY. Recent projects include the brand identity, marketing and trophy for Grafik magazine’s Grafik Design Awards scheme and the brand development for Dhillon Hotels’ Coaching Inn’s designed by Ilse Crawford.
Amelia has given numerous talks on her work, at among others: St. Bride Printing Library, Department of History of Art at the University of Oxford, Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins, Camberwell College of Art, D&AD Sharp’ner and PechaKucha Night in Tokyo. For five years Amelia was a visiting lecturer at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and is currently the External Examiner for Kingston University’s new Graphic Design & Illustration BA at Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts.
Amelia has spoken about design on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, participated on many judging panels and is published widely on matters concerning design and creativity. Amelia has been featured in the Independent on Sunday’s ‘Top Ten Graphic Designers in the UK’ in 2002, and the Guardian’s ‘UK Top Fifty Designers’ in 2007.