Andreina Carrillo was a Creative Director at Poulin + Morris in New York.
Andreina Carrillo joined P+M in 2010 as a staff designer and was promoted to senior designer in 2013 and associate in 2014. As a Design Director, Andreina Carrillo was responsible for project direction, design, management, and coordination. She directed the development of environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign programs for cultural and educational institutions including Arizona State University, Gibney Dance, New York Historical Society, and The Frick Collection; and branding, environmental graphics, and wayfinding sign programs for 55 Hudson Yards, 280 Park Avenue, and 230 Peachtree Center (Atlanta). Her work has been recognized by AIGA and SEGD and has appeared in eg magazine, Graphis, and Novum World of Graphic Design. Andreina Carrillo is a member of AIGA and SEGD. Andreina graduated with honors from the School of Visual Arts (New York) with a BFA in graphic design.
Andreina Corrillo work has been recognized for design excellence by The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), Communication Arts, eg Magazine, Graphis, Novum World of Graphic Design (Germany), the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD), and Type Directors Club.