His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, HOW magazine, LogoLounge, Gestalten Publishing and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. He is also the manager of Lost Type, a collaborative Digital Type Foundry which he co-founded in 2011.
Aspiring to create characterful and functional work, Riley merges historical influences with fresh, contemporary solutions for clients such as Dropbox, Yale University, Sonic Drive-In (via SHS), Amazon, Condé Nast, Red Bubble, Notre Dame, Deutsche Telekom, CBC, Bonnier, Herb Lester Associates, and others.
"Riley designed the logo and collateral for my business, and I could not be more pleased with the results. The designs he came up with perfectly represents the character and ethos of my business. His unique design aesthetic has helped set my branding apart from the rest; I cannot count the number of compliments I have received on my logos. Riley was also extremely professional and pleasant to work with. I'd highly recommend him for any identity, packaging or illustration needs. - Kathy Le Backes