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Andrew Petitti has earned an expert reputation in the field by creating graphics and exhibits that are visitor-focused, content-driven, engaging, and beautiful. He was trained in graphic design at the Rhode Island School of Design and soon after found a love of story-telling through exhibit design. Andrew has designed numerous brands and visual communications, strategically implementing those in environments, print, advertising, online and social media platforms.
To every project, he brings three decades of deep experience earned working with clients like the Smithsonian, Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Newseum, Fairfax County Parks, Delaware Public Archives, International Monetary Fund, Kennedy Center, National Institutes of Health, AARP and the Centers for Disease Control.
He works with organizations externally and as has worked closely with internal teams at the National Museum of American History and the Newseum, adding depth to their rosters.
Andrew Petitti is hands-on and directs each exhibition through master planning, concept development, design, media planning and fabrication. He adds experienced management and attentive client service, seamlessly interacting with team members to establish interpretive goals and objectives, assign tasks, create schedules, manage budgets, and monitor progress.
Andrew Petitti has served as an Adjunct Professor in Exhibition Design at the Corcoran College of Art and Design. He holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and has completed coursework towards a master’s in science in pastoral counseling.
He uses his optimistic, goal-setting nature in his free time to run marathons, long-distance relays, trail races, and just about any other race that sounds like a really bad idea.