We’re really proud of our staff at Territory Studio. Even if not directly involved in the awesome work we deliver to our clients, we each appreciate creativity and being creative, in whatever format.
If you’re here, you’ve probably already seen our work. Now we invite you to get to know us better. Starting with our creative teams, we’ll be asking questions and sharing not only TS project work, but personal creative projects and what really inspires us day to day.
Jack Crossing – Senior Graphic Designer
The back catalogue of films Territory have worked on was a massive influence, all of which are sitting in my DVD collection at home.– Jack
Tell us a bit about you:
I moved to London in 2008 after graduating from Bath Spa and have been designing film posters ever since. In my spare time I’m either working on personal projects or spending time with my wife and 1 year old son.
How long have you been at Territory?
What made you want to work at TS?
The back catalogue of films Territory have worked on was a massive influence, all of which are sitting in my DVD collection at home.
What’s been your favourite TS project to work on so far?
There have been so many, but if I had to pick one I’d have to say the re-release of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ in 2019 for the BFI, as well as it being one of my favourite Kubrick films, the final artwork was something we were all really happy with.
Who and/or what inspires you creatively?
I’ve always loved the airbrush art of Philip Castle, the album cover concepts of Storm Thorgerson (and Hipgnosis) and also the creative direction of Charlotte Delarue, particularly her work with Justice and Chromeo.
Where do you look online for some creative inspiration/headspace?
visualmelt.com Some interesting mixtapes and some great artwork.
typophonic.com They have a nice collection of 12” records between 1950-1980, some lovely type inspiration there.
www.flickr.com/photos/mr_carl/sets/72157604144345854/ Massive collection of vintage logos.