Design and production of high-quality book, exhibition and graphic design for artists, photographers and photojournalists.

Award winning graphic designer Victoria Forrest has been designing printed and digital publications for a wide variety of highly prestigious clients for over a decade. Since her MA in Communications at the Royal College of Art, Victoria has created designs for world-renowned British artists (Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor and Sarah Lucas); master photographers (Paul Graham, Elliott Erwitt and the Oscar-nominated Tim Hetherington); publishing houses (Chronicle, Thames & Hudson, teNeues, Steidl); museums and galleries (Gagosian Gallery, Hayward Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery and the Royal Academy), as well as creating repeat designs for Magnum, Getty Images and HRH The Prince of Wales.

As permanent resident of the Pervasive Media Studio, Victoria researches the transition of print to multi-media, through which she has published articles in The Bookseller and the British Journal of Photography. Her own publications (VIKA Books) have made the Christmas Top 40 Bestsellers on Amazon and been featured by BBC News, while her ‘groundbreaking’ interactive designs have been nominated for FutureBook, Media Innovation and D&AD Awards. In 2015, to open up the digital self-publishing market to grassroots organisations, Victoria founded Apps4Arts.com.

Born in London, Victoria lives in Bristol with her husband and son (b.2015).