My Story

Vincent McEvoy studied at Liverpool Art College.

He first came to prominence with his award winning work at Polydor records for such artists as The Who and Eric Clapton. He went on to Ogilvy & Mather in London, and later Madrid, where he produced campaigns for Guinness, Polaroid, American Express and Ford. Vincent has Design & Art Direction awards as well as work exhibited as part of 'Rewind - 40 years of the best UK Advertising & Design' at the V&A Museum.

'Working with Andy Warhol in the 1980's gave me the impetus to make silk screens. There is a lot of fun in creating silkscreens with colours so vibrant. The hit and miss moments doing it all by hand can be magic (or totally frustrating), compared with working with graphics digitally.'

For more information about my career why not listen to Johnnie Walker Sounds of the 70's... Listen here.

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Frank Watson from Resonance FM Interviews Vincent McEvoy on his career and how photography has played an important part from Littlewoods Fashion studio to working at Polydor records, Ogilvy Advertsing and collaborating with Andy Warhol... Listen here.



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