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In 1960 he travelled to London and attended Gestalt psychology, typography and photography courses at Saint Martin's School of Art and the London College of Printing (now the London College of Communication).
After working with Dennis Bailey in London moved to Milan in 1961 to join the Studio Boggeri – at the time the leading design and advertising agency in Italy. In 1965 he was called to join the Charles Gagnon and James Volkus office in Montreal, to design nine pavilions for Expo 67.
Amongst his most significant projects: the visual identity of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris (no longer in use), the exhibition "Majakowskij Mejerchold Stanislavskij" at Castello Sforzesco in Milan, and the posters for Museo Cantonale d‘Arte in Lugano (1987-2004).