Perry Garvin Studio is a Brooklyn-based digital design agency with over ten years’ experience helping our clients flourish online. We design and build websites and digital products that delight and engage audiences with their clarity, ease-of-use, and speed.
Each project is designed from scratch and built by hand in Brooklyn. By lavishing attention on design and engineering precision, we craft bespoke work that fits our clients’ needs without compromise.
As a boutique shop, we’re nimble and responsive which permits an unparalleled level of partnership through all project stages. Each client works directly with Perry Garvin who takes lead on design and development. Expert talent is added to the team based on project requirements. This personal commitment ensures undivided attention paid to each client with collaboration, iteration, and exploration built into our process.
Perry Garvin, Founder, Designer, and Developer
Perry is a digital designer and developer. Prior to establishing his studio in 2008, he spent years working in contemporary art museums and galleries where his love of Minimal and Conceptual Art, Fluxus, and systems-based work deeply influenced his design approach.
Jonathan Kiritharan, Developer
Alex Minkoff, Developer
Alex is a full-stack developer with a background in web application and e-commerce development. Writing in PHP, Python, and MySQL, he works extensively with Magento, Shopify, WordPress, Laravel, and other frameworks as well as coding from scratch. He has built online stores for several high-end fashion brands, including Sam Edelman, Etienne Aigner, and Tracy Reese.
Brandon Neubauer, Photographer & Cinematographer
Brandon is an award-winning cinematographer and photographer. His work has been featured on HBO and Showtime. Recent clients include TIME, Italian Vogue, and the American Museum of Natural History. Brandon studied at New York University where he graduated with honors from the Tisch School of the Arts.
Ben Richmond, Copywriter
Ben is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism and has spent nearly a decade in New York writing books, advertisements, and reportage across print and digital platforms. He has worked with the 92nd Street Y, Vice Media, and Sterling Publishing where he is a published author of several successful books on science and history.
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The Washington Post Company
- The High Line
- David Zwirner
- Brooklyn Flea
- Film Forum
- New Museum
- Museum of Arts and Design
- Baryshnikov Arts Center
- French Institute Alliance Française
- The Perlman Music Program
- Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
- International Contemporary Ensemble
- Afropop Worldwide
- Café Habana
- New Yorkers for Parks
- Kaplan Test Prep
- Habana Works
- American Foundation for Equal Rights
- Rose Theatre
- Puppetry in Practice
- Knitting Factory Records
- Partnership for the Homeless
- Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks and Planning
- X Initiative
- Spanish Suitcase
- James Harris Gallery
- AICA-USA (Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art United States Section)
Web design and developmentWe design and build websites that delight and engage audiences with their clarity, ease-of-use, and speed
Software and application planningWe help clients turn a napkin sketch into a fully-planned application
User interface designWe craft interfaces for websites and software applications that are intuitive and accessible
And more...Front and back-end development, branding and identity, content strategy planning, and eBook design