One Medical is excited to welcome Chris Peel as our new Creative Director.
Throughout his career, Chris has honed his design expertise by crafting brand identities, developing global advertising campaigns and even launching an experiential racecourse and a soda company along the way. Over the last ten years, Chris has worked on branding projects for companies like Comcast, Geico, the JFK Presidential Library, and the Surfrider Foundation — he’s looking forward to adding One Medical to the list of American companies he’s led creatively.
Most recently, Chris was the Design Director at Goodby Silverstein & Partners, where he developed an in-house design group and oversaw the design direction for local favorites like the Golden State Warriors and Stubhub. His work at Goodby Silverstein earned Chris numerous design awards including Cannes Lions, Clios, and D&AD and One Show pencils.
Chris has spent most of his career on the agency side, having also previously been the Creative Director at The Martin Agency and a designer at Los Angeles design firm Saatchi & Saatchi. His interest in advertising and design started well before his agency experience, though — Chris studied graphic design and creative imaging while attending The University of Huddersfield in his home country of England. Chris’s passion for design even seeps into his personal life; he recently started a company that makes high quality children’s bikes.
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