Chris Do is the founder and executive creative director of Blind, Inc., a digital design design studio with an emphasis on storytelling and image making.
Prior to forming Blind in 1995, Mr. Do worked briefly as an Art Director at Seattle Ad Agency, Cole & Weber, and as a designer at punk rock music label Epitaph Records. While at Cole & Weber he gained valuable insight, experiencing first hand the challenges of being an agency Creative. It wasn’t until he formed Blind that he was able to fully utilize his Art Center training to combine his passion for design, typography, illustration and animation. Soon, he was working on feature film titles such as Eraser, Celtic Pride and The Island of Dr. Moreau, as well as a variety of commercials and broadcast identities.
Since then, Mr. Do’s work has been nationally and internationally recognized by publications such as: Communication Arts, I.D., AIGA, Art Director’s Club, Type Director’s Club, The One Show, Broadcast Design Association, LA Weekly, New York Film Festival, Telly, Print, How, Res Fest, Ion Film Festival, British D&AD,and Mtv’s VMA. He has lectured at a number of institutions including: California Institute of the Arts, LA Art Institute, Siggraph, Otis College of Design, Motion Graphics LA, Cal State Los Angeles and San Diego City College.
After more than a decade at the helm, Mr. Do continues to direct and manage, growing the company into a successful production/post-production company, and oversees Blinds creative and strategic vision. In addition to running the company, Mr. Do is an adjunct instructor at the Art Center College of Design and Otis College of Design, where he is helping to shape future generations of artists and designers.
"If we keep doing what we are doing, we're going to keep getting what we're getting." – Stephen Covey