Nathaniel Winter-Hébert


Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
I'm a graphic designer running a studio, Winter-Hébert, from the inspiring forests of rural Quebec. Working in tandem with my wife, Lana Winter-Hebert, we create concept-driven, innovative pieces with a focus on print, editorial, visual identities, and typography for clients in the arts and culture sector.

I am inspired by modernist principles with an emphasis on typography, hierarchy and concise, effective composition. In my spare time you'll often find me with my nose buried in old design books and type specimens.

Work Experience


Creative Director

• Promoted from senior designer to creative director, providing direction and
guidance for a team of designers.

• Worked on branding initiatives for startups as well as established clients like
Cirque du Soleil's, Cavalia, Roots, Marshalls, Duke’s Cycle, Artbound, Nourish Tea.
September 2011 - June 2012 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Stone Canoe

• Oversaw creative productions in a range of mediums from concept to completion.

• Clients included Bell, Gotstyle, Koodo, Hankook, Samsung, Workopolis, Innovative Graphics, Yahoo! Canada, One Million Bones, Terry O'Reilly, YESPlusUSA, Benson & Hedges, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, #TAXI, AMER Networks
November 2008 - April 2011 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Additional Honors & Awards

• Graphic designs featured in, Computer Arts Magazine, For Print Only, Behance’s Typography Served, Trend List, Kitsune Noir, FFFFOUND, Abuzeedo, etc.
• Editor-in-chief and Art Director for “MediaTribes”, Concordia University’s undergraduate communications magazine.
• Featured as a “Noisemaker” in the Montreal Mirror’s Noisemakers for 2005. (Vol. 20 No. 28)
• Music featured in several episodes of CBC's, Zed TV; highlighted as “Artist of the Day” at