Luke Hayman studied graphic design at Central St. Martin’s School of Art, London, graduating in 1988. He has lived and worked in New York City since 1992. He joined Pentagram as a partner in December 2006.
Hayman’s wide-ranging expertise encompasses the design of magazines, books, identities and exhibitions. He has served as the design director of I.D. magazine; senior partner and associate creative director in the Brand Integration Group at Ogilvy & Mather, New York; creative director of Travel + Leisure magazine and design director of New York magazine.
Since joining Pentagram, Hayman has redesigned numerous publications including TIME, The Atlantic, Stern and publications for universities including The University of Chicago, Brown, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Princeton and Wharton. He has designed identities for Mastercard, the World Science Festival, The White House Historical Association, NextHome and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art.
Hayman’s work has been recognized by the American Society of Magazine Editors, the Society for Publication Designers, D&AD, the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Art Directors Club. His design for The National’s album ‘Sleep Well Beast’ was nominated for a Grammy.
Hayman has served as the vice president of the Society of Publication Designers and is a member of AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale). He has lectured at design conferences all over the world, has taught at the School of Visual Arts and regularly lectures at the Columbia School of Journalism.