Frith Kerr is a London based graphic designer. Frith studied at Camberwell College of Arts and the Royal College of Art. For eleven years she was a director and partner of the highly acclaimed studio Kerr/Noble. In 2009 she established Studio Frith based in London.
Studio Frith collaborates with cultural and commercial clients who include: Chisenhale Gallery, Ilse Crawford, Erdem, Gallery Libby Sellers, Hussein Chalayan, Juergen Teller, Melrose and Morgan, Michael Clark, Noma, Phaidon, Philippe Parreno, Roksanda Ilincic, Serpentine Gallery, Valentino, Violette Editions, Victoria and Albert Museum and White Cube.
In 2011 the New York Times Style magazine called Frith ‘the go-to graphic designer for creative clients’. Studio Frith’s book design for ‘Kapow’ written by Adam Thirlwell, is nominated for Design Museum London’s, Designs of the Year 2013.