Avery Zucker

Avery Zucker,FIT
New York

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Avery Zucker is a designer based in New York City. She holds a masters of arts in Exhibition and Experience Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She graduated magna cum laude with a BA in both Anthropology and Dance from Tulane University in New Orleans. Although Avery is interested in all aspects of design, she is especially drawn to branded experiences and environmental graphic design.

Avery was both a competitive award-winning dancer and a choreographer, and in 2018, her choreography was selected for performance at the prestigious American College Dance Association. Fifteen years of dance education taught Avery to manipulate space and use music, lighting, color, form, motion, and costuming to communicate, affect a mood, and tell a story. With anthropology, she discovered a different kind of storytelling, founded on facts, physical objects, and ultimately imagination to understand the distant past and our human history. She is constantly exploring how a well crafted story can be used to educate, influence, and inspire.

After graduation, Avery worked in a small luxury boutique as a visual merchandiser, responsible for creating and accessorizing window displays and the constantly changing layout of the interior, as well as art directing biweekly photoshoots.

Experience design brings together all of Avery’s professional ambitions—architecture, performance, graphic design, and education. She uses design to unite purpose and beauty, and uses storytelling as a means to connect with audiences. She is reliable, hardworking, detail-oriented, and very excited about this profession.

View Avery Zucker's work on her Behance page.

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