Warren Bingham has always been interested in type and graphic design. While his father and brother were fishing, he was drawing alphabets on graph paper. He grew up in Nampa, Idaho, and came to BYU as a communications major. After a mission to Sicily, he decided to give graphic design a shot and was hooked. He graduated from BYU in 1987 with a B.F.A. in graphic design, spending most of his time in the newly remodeled Brimhall Building. After graduating he worked in Idaho with a variety of clients, including attorneys, physical therapists, a medical center and a tractor company, helping with advertising, graphic design, signage and computer software. In 2005, he once again returned to the newly remodeled Brimhall Building and hasn’t had a dull day since.