We are a Vancouver branding and design studio specializing in brand identity systems for real estate development, media, and hospitality.
Josh first broke curfew way back in grade 7. He told Mum and Dad he was watching The Goonies at Cam’s house, but in reality he and friends were out lighting firecrackers to impress girls. Getting in late that night resulted in no Who's the Boss for a week and limited access to MacPaint on the family’s Apple computer. Josh is the founder of Curfew Creative and a graduate of The University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business and Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Katie only ran into trouble meeting her curfew in the late 1990s. It was at this time that she fell in love, started trusting her friends more than her parents and perfected the art of slipping home through the sliding glass door at the back of the house because it made less noise than the front door. While studying Art History and semiotics at The University of British Columbia, Katie evolved from wearing acid washed jeans to more polished denim and developed a strong sense of how iconography informs modern identity design. She writes copy at Curfew.