We have been lucky enought to have designed some of the UKs best consumer and customer magazines that have become hugely successful multi-media brands. Many of them have editions all around the world. You can see more of our editorial design work at www.harpinwaring.com www.paulharpin.com and www.geoffwaring.com



For 19 years, until August 2015, Paul Harpin was responsible for the design direction of everything that emerged from Haymarket Consumer Media, Business Media and Haymarket Network.

He was the founding chair for the editiorial design organisation in 2007.

He joined design consultants Walker Pinfold Associates in 1979. He moved to Banks and Miles as a senior designer in 1982.

Paul’s first two titles collected Magazine Of The Year Awards: one for Architects’ Journal, and another for BUSINESS magazine with Conde Nast in a joint venture with the Financial Times. At this time he was art editor for the CSD’s magazine DESIGNER.

At the age of thirty he became group art director at Centaur in charge of nineteen magazines including Creative Review and Design Week, then creative director at Redwood in 1990. He was a founding partner in The Magazine Consultancy in 1995, and the creative director of Times Magazines in Singapore in 1996.

He gained a first class BA (Hons) in Graphic Design from Leeds.

paulharpin4@gmail.com   07768 658 460 See www.paulharpin.com



After studying Graphic Design at Manchester University in the 80’s I moved back to London and began a career as a magazine designer and art director. I was the second art director at UK Elle after Clive Crook, and then went on to be Design Director at Vogue under Robin Derrick in the 90’s. 

After 4 years Condé Nast invited me to Sydney to art direct Vogue Australia. 16 issues later I returned to London to Launch Red magazine for EMAP. (The logo is in my handwriting). A brief stint on a web start up led me back to Condé Nast to launch UK Glamour in 2001, arguably the most successful magazine launch in the last 30 years. We created the ‘Glamour’ handbag size look that would be rolled out across the world in over 12 countries. In 2005 I changed desks at Condé Nast and launched Easy Living where I was Creative Director for 4 years before going freelance.

Over the years I have donefreelance art directing for Boden, M&S, Monsoon, Tatler, Cath Kidston and Clarks among others.

More recently I was brought in to revamp the look of Good Housekeeping for Hearst. It is now the biggest selling women’s glossy in the country, ironically outselling Glamour for the first time. And winner of PPA magazine of the year 2015.

geoffreywaring@gmail.com   07918 637 161   See www.geoffwaring.com