Bruce Duckworth is the Duckworth in Turner Duckworth, the the internationally acclaimed brand design agency based in London and San Francisco. He started the company in 1992 with his friend and fellow designer David Turner. Bruce runs the London office and is jointly responsible for Turner Duckworthâ€™s creative output with David Turner.The studio creates iconic design for consumer brands ranging from global leaders to feisty start-ups.
Bruce has won over 250 design awards including D&AD Yellow pencils, DBA Design Effectiveness awards, Design Week awards Best of Show, the inaugural Cannes Design Lions Grand Prix, the first ever design accepted in the Clio Hall of Fame and a Grammy award amongst others. His work and opinions have been published in many design books and magazines all over the world. Bruce is in demand as a speaker for Design and Marketing conferences giving keynote speeches around the world from Seoul to Mumbai to Barcelona. Bruce has always had a keen interest in Design education and often lectures at design universities and has been an external examiner at Falmouth University and Somerset College of Art and Design.
Bruce has judged for most of the international design awards competitions including Foreman of judges at D&AD and President of the Cannes Lions design jury. He has been on the executive committee and management board of D&AD and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Bruce graduated from Kingston Polytechnic with an Honours Degree in Graphic Design in 1985. He started his career as a designer at Michael Peters & Ptns then Minale Tattersfield and Lewis Moberly before setting up Turner Duckworth.