Profile

Matthew R. Cunningham
Creative Director

During his ten years in design and creative strategy, Matthew has developed comprehensive solutions for a number of global companies in the entertainment, automotive, aerospace, and industrial design sectors.

Notable work includes concept design for the Duncan Jones film Source Code, vehicles, products, and soft goods for G.I. Joe Retaliation, and advanced automotive design for Steven Spielberg's Robopocalypse. He has also provided design and digital modeling solutions for automotive companies such as Mazda, Volkswagen, and BMW Group.

Cunningham developed his unique approach to design at the internationally renowned schools, the Art Center College of Design and Pratt Institute, where he received degrees in Transportation and Industrial Design respectively. Having lived and worked in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and Rio De Janeiro, Matthew possesses a truly cosmopolitan world view, firmly anchored by his southern roots and egalitarian ethos.

Select Clients

We have had the pleasure of providing design services for industry since 2003. This includes working both remotely and in-house, and interfacing with a diverse group of other specialists including engineers, vendors, and executives.

"Now, this here is what we call next-level thinking... "
Mike Spinelli
Jalopnik.com
"There’s still folks in the auto industry’s blue sky labs who know how to dream big… "
Paul Raven
Futurismic.com
"...a perfect choice for those clients looking for original problem solving, and brilliant creativity."
Guido Bottazzo
Artist and Designer
"... a valuable part of any design effort striving to rise above the average and endeavoring to challenge the brightest and the best with competitive advantage."
Syd Mead
Visual Futurist
"If you are looking for someone with an insatiable appetite for daring and original design solutions, tempered with humility and excellence, you've found him."
Carlos Salaff
Senior Designer - Mazda North American Operations