Richard Village is the strategy director of award-winning creative agency Smith &+Village, which he founded with Debrah Smith in 2011. The agency creates irresistible customer experiences for clients including Harvey Nichols and Booths supermarkets, and has won four Design Effectiveness Awards. Richard has led rebranding projects for Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Knorr and Supersol, Israel’s largest supermarket chain, as well as strategy projects for John Lewis and the National Gallery. He has a degree in Modern Languages from Oxford and a Masters in Art History from the Courtauld. He speaks French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, and (if he’s forced) Russian.
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