After graduating design college in 1984, Grant worked at several reputable Toronto studios. Eventually, he joined Watt International where he eventually became the Executive Director, Strategic and Creative Development.
In 2006 he joined forces with SGS Canada to start Jawbreaker Design, as an adjunct to their prepress business.
PLANT48 was launched in 2008.
Grant is an advocate for the kind of design that gets results and has spoken on branding and package design at industry events such as PLMA's annual executive education program at St.Joseph's University in Philadelphia and The Fancy Food Show in NYC.
Teaching: Humber College, Durham College
Guest lecturer: OCAD University, Georgian College, Mohawk College
He has contributed to articles in trade publications such as Marketing Magazine, Strategy Magazine and Food in Canada.
Over the past 30 years I've had the pleasure of working with many wonderful people on some of North America's most prestigious brands.
Grant is a bit of a renaissance foodie, learning to craft various food staples from scratch. The old fashion way!
Anything from bread to bacon or beer to sausage.
He shares his passion with fellow foodie friends who are more times than not, food writers, photographers, stylists, chefs, and restaurateurs.
He’s been an amateur brewer for over 20 years and has a stake in the Toronto brewpub Louis Cifer Brew Works.
His latest project is making craft vinegar.