Jeffrey Ludlow joins BMD as Chief Creative Officer

Bruce Mau Design, Inc. (BMD) today announced Jeffrey Ludlow’s appointment as Chief Creative Officer (CCO), effective immediately. Jeffrey becomes the first CCO named since the departure of the firm’s founder, Bruce Mau, in 2010. Reporting to CEO Hunter Tura, Jeffrey will provide overall creative leadership and strategic direction for the studio, working with teams across BMD’s offices in Toronto, London and New York, and with an impressive group of clients that includes Audi and Netflix.

Jeffrey joins BMD from 2x4, Inc., where he was Principal and Creative Director of the Madrid Office. Previously, he led creative efforts for 2x4 in New York and Beijing for clients including Nike, Herzog & de Meuron, Kanye West, MoMA, Prada, and he was responsible for the information / wayfinding master plan for the new CCTV Headquarters, with OMA/Rem Koolhaas. He has also served as a professor at IE School of Architecture and Design.

 “Jeffrey Ludlow is one of the most engaged and committed lead designers that I have had the privilege to work with,” said Tura. “His commitment to mission-driven design that creates growth, engagement and awareness for brands will be a strategic asset to our clients and collaborators and will significantly enhance BMD’s creative culture. I am thrilled to work with Jeffrey again, and look forward collaborating and growing BMD together as we expand into new markets and project opportunities.”

 “The work and studio of Bruce Mau Design has always been a design reference point for me personally, so to carry that design legacy forward and challenge the studio onwards into the future is truly an honor,” said Ludlow.