Adam Antoszek-Rallo RGD
Catalyst Workshop Inc.
Creative Director & Principal
Member since
September 1, 2001
1603 Bathurst Street
M5T 2C2
Other Capabilities
Book Design, Branding, Corporate Communications, Information Design, Mobile/Apps, Print Promotion, Publication, Typography, Web
Client Specialty
Arts & Culture, Consumer Goods, Entertainment, Food, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Non-profit, Professional Services, Technology
Languages Covered
English, French, Other
Company description
Catalyst Workshop is a visual communication Design & Development consultancy in Toronto Canada. For organizations who need effective Design & Development to achieve their goals, Catalyst is the creative and technical partner for strategic tailored solutions. We are dedicated to accessibility and innovation in all our work, delivered with professional and responsive customer service.
Why should you hire me?
Adam Rallo is the Principal and founder at Catalyst Workshop, a Toronto based design & development consultancy. A proud Registered Graphic Designer of Ontario, he is the current President of the RGD Certification Board for Graphic Designers. He also teaches as part-time faculty at both Sheridan College and Humber College, while serving on the curriculum committee for the Bachelor of Design program at York University / Sheridan College and serving on the Senate at OCAD University. A vocal proponent of accessible and inclusive user-centric design, Adam is passionate about creating positive social impact through the interaction of design, pedagogy, and technology.

Adam has been practicing design professionally since graduating Cum Laude from the York/Sheridan Bachelor of Design program in 2002. His diverse body of work has included an invaluable three-month stint in Ghana West Africa, and designing one of the top ranked downloads at His work has been awarded and presented in various publications, exhibitions and institutions across North America including Design Thinkers, IIDEX, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. He is opinionated enough to have been invited as a professional speaker and writer on topics ranging from accessibility, design, education, entrepreneurship, and technology. He is also an active scholar on issues related to biology, gender, equality, human behaviour, and human nature. Adam spends whatever free time he has left pursuing his obsession with music.