Cameron Imani

Cameron Imani, Creative Director, Landor

Cameron is a creative director in the San Francisco office of Landor Associates and is responsible for leading multidisciplinary design teams in developing branded environments, product brand identities and packaging across a broad range of industries.

Over the years, Cameron has been responsible for a wide range of branding projects. His industrial design work includes innovative packaging concepts for Frito-Lay, Hewlett-Packard, Skyy Spirits, and SanDisk; a new global gas pump for BP; ATM design, service kiosks and architecture; and airline seating design. He has also developed global signage, interiors programs for Accenture, Agilent Technologies, FedEx, ITT industries, Investment Technology Group (ITG), Boston Properties and Hines.

Projects for retail clients included, brand architecture and point-of-purchase design for Frito-Lay; development of retail venues for H&R Block; in-store communications strategy and design for Banana Republic; and new store design and brand guidelines for LG Electronics, Papyrus, and Nextel.

Cameron’s work has earned numerous awards, including three Society of Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) merit awards; a Graphis Gold Award in 2007; an Exhibitor magazine Gold Award in 2002; Gold and Silver Clio Awards for design in 2001; I.D. magazine’s Industrial Design Excellence Bronze and Silver Awards; and the Western Art Directors Club award for excellence.

Cameron joined Landor in 1997 after five years with The Burdick Group. While a project designer there, his work on the Oracle Internet Exhibit at EPCOT Center in Florida and the Philips Competence Center in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Cameron has also developed contract furniture design and concepts for Herman Miller U.S.A. and Herman Miller Japan.

Cameron earned a BS in industrial design from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.