Richard Morrison is one of the world’s leading designers of film title sequences. In a career spanning three decades, he has created over 150 title sequences - from blockbuster movies to cult classics - for many of the industry’s most respected film directors and producers.
Richard began his career with Maurice Binder on the Bond series. Over the course of 30 years, he has become the most prolific British films titles’ designer.
His credits span Hollywood blockbusters such as Batman, Enemy at the Gates, A Fish called Wanda and A Passage to India to cult classics like Brazil, Sweeney Todd and Quadrophenia for directors as varied as Sir David Lean, Kenneth Branagh and Stephen Frears to Jean-Jacques Annaud, Ridley Scott and Tim Burton.
Morrison is a highly respected author, graphic designer and lecturer. In 2001, he published CUT to critical acclaim. Since 2002, he has been chairman of Europe’s leading film and animation conference “Pencil to Pixel” and in 2009 he was appointed Honorary Professor of Digital Film School of Media Arts and Imaging at the University of Dundee, Scotland.
In recent years, Richard has branched into movie production. He is currently producing the big screen adaptation of The Dragon Conspiracy, based on a trilogy of books by P. R. Moredun. He is also in development with the writer/director Tania Hoser on her independent film Perfect Order.