Douglas Harrington

Design & Production Manager

Art Director with 22 years of broad experience, handling high volume and large scale projects as part of the Design and Production Team at Sobeys.

8 years business experience operating as Harrington Creative; building my own design and photography studio. Excellent skills in conceptual drawing, painting, illustration, photography, and animation.

Highly versatile and able to produce a great variety of high-quality work in a fast-paced and changing environment to tight deadlines.

Excellent people and communication skills.

Work Experience

Media One

Motion Graphics and Video Editor

January 2019 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Harrington Creative


Specializing in brand design
UI / UX design & prototyping
Website design
Was a Certified Google Business Photographer - Expired when I became the Design and Production Manager with Sobeys
January 2010 - Present British Columbia, Canada


Design and Production Manager

Creative lead for Thrifty Foods brand refresh
Creative lead 40th Birthday Day Campaign
Creative lead for the We Pick BC First campaign
Creation and management of a second Sobeys art department in Calgary
Remote staff management skills acquired
April 2015 - Present Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

The Band Agency

Partner, Creative Director

We tailored to professionals and became their on-line marketing agency
Handled everything related to their websites and marketed them on-line
Created videos, wrote copy and managed all social media
December 2011 - December 2013 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Thrifty Foods

Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer for Thrifty Foods
August 2001 - May 2010 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

DC & CO (Digital Canvas)

Senior Designer

Hired on as a Junior Designer right after I graduated
Worked on a variety of print & website projects
In under a year I was promoted to a Senior Designer
September 1999 - July 2001 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


Topaz Technology Centre

Graphic Design, Web Design, 3d Animation
1998 - 1999 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada