Born in 1988, İstanbul; Ali Emre Doğramacı began his design education in Istanbul Bilgi University Visual Communication Design Department, did a student exchange in Sint-Lucas Beeldende Kunst Grafisch Ontwerp Department in Ghent, Belgium and recieved his master’s degree after attending School of Visual Arts MFA Design / Designer As Author + Entrepreneur Program in New York.
Following his graduation he started working as an intern in MTWTF, a New York based graphic design studio; which he took part in design projects for cultural and commercial platforms such as Brooklyn Museum’s temporary signage, Buell Center's House Housing, Astor Place’s branding projects etc. After his return to Istanbul, he worked as a graphic designer in IKSV’s "14th Istanbul Biennial Salt Water", embeded with Milano based LeftLoft.

Since 2015 he has been working as a one man studio. Some of his prominent works are; identity & communication materials for "Apricots from Damascus", an apexart exhibition hosted by SALT; HAS Architect’s "Sound and Light in Architecture" an audio-visual performence hosted by MSGSÜ Tophane-i Amire Culture and Arts Center; "Commissioners' Exhibition" hosted by SALT; publication design for Ali Mahmut Demirel’s exhibition "Isle" hosted by Arter.

Awards & Recognition
2016 Graphis Poster Annual Merit Award
2016 vıctıon:ary Type Hybrid
2016 Designer Books BOOOOOOK 2
2016 Sandu Publishing Playful Graphics
2014 IdN Magazine Issue v21n5: Maximalism
2014 vıctıon:ary Graphic Digits