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Stuart Henley – Bath Spa University

Personal statement

Stuart Henly is a graphic designer with wide professional and commercial experience with prestigious design companies, I.D.E.O., Landor Associates, and Carbone Smolan amongst others, and with local government agencies. His experience ranges from print including book design, interactive design, information design and branding for products and services. His design work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts both nationally and regionally. He has previous academic experience in the USA at the University of Massachusetts, University of Hawaii, State University of New York, Parsons School of Design and in the UK at the University of the Arts London.

Research and external activities

Stuart’s work is largely in graphic design for a range of different formats. Recent projects include book design for Creating Spaces: the history of the Bath Schools of Art and Design 1953-2020 by Graham McClaren. A project for Bath Choral Society was developed over several years developing their identity, print and online presence. Stuart also participated in Design Inquiry Devon (2018) launching a project about the moneterisation of the academy.

External roles

  • External Examiner - MA Graphic Design, Middlesex University London.

Teaching specialisms

Graphic Design: typography, book design, interactive design, information design, branding for products and services

Academic qualifications

  • MFA, Graphic Design, Yale University.

Research and academic outputs

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Henley, S (2012) 'Typogeography.' Design Inquiry:je me souviens.

311 million objects

Henley, S (2010) '311 million objects.' Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, 48.

Redesigning Bath Choral Society (2016-2018) [REF2021 collection]

Henley, S (2021) Redesigning Bath Choral Society (2016-2018) [REF2021 collection].

Museums, shops, ladders and lights

Henley, S (2009) Museums, shops, ladders and lights. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, New York USA, February 2009.

Analog Catalog: investigating the permanent collection

Henley, S (2009) Analog Catalog: investigating the permanent collection. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. State University of New York, New Paltz NY, USA, 14 February - 14 June 2009.

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