Joe Lyons is Spin350's Creative Director and senior-level creative problem solver, known for being hands-on with design challenges.

With Spin350 having a history of working on a wide assortment of projects across multiple industries and in multiple mediums since 2001, Joe has built a reputation for being very involved with, and accessible to his clients. He maintains a high level of quality control on projects by functioning similar to how a general contractor would. Joe wears the hats of creative director, designer and project manager on every project, but when needed, he has a team of designers and developers that he brings in on projects.

One of the reasons that Spin350 clients give 5-star reviews and value their relationship with Joe so much, is that he takes on a role as their creative partner and not just a vendor. And above all, he advises them on decisions that will play a role in their creative and marketing strategies and leads in solving their creative challenges. View the Spin350 project process

Joe Featured on Chronicle

ABC Channel 5

Joe's 2021 Cover Feature

InBoston Magazine

Receiving the Business of the Year Award

Boston Main Streets

Joe Directing Peachtree Village Official Selection "Jesus"

Peachtree Village International Film Festival

Joe’s Guest Speaker Appearance

Apple Store, Boylston Street

The Spin350 Studio

“His office is part workshop and equally cool sign museum”

Ted Reinstein, Chronicle

The Spin350 design studio lives in the old B.F. Sturtevant/Westinghouse factory, complete with original exposed brick and steel beams. If you love Boston as much as I do, you’ll have to come by to see the studio in person! Hanging on the walls, you’ll find historic remnants of this great city, including a metal 1964 Rapid Transit Line map out of Copley Station, the original logo off of the old Boston Herald building and the showroom for the Boston Vintage Industrial Supply Co. If you like formal, we can meet in the “Harvard Conference Room” which was constructed out of the old glass panels that came out of the Harvard Museum of Natural History or if you prefer more casual, there’s a bar in the studio built out of local 19th century pine.

Spin350 has free on-site parking and is open (by appointment only) Monday through Friday, 9-5.