Chris Fato

Chris Fato
San Francisco

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Chris Fato is a co-chair of the San Francisco chapter.

A self-proclaimed “sign guy,” Chris Fato has been designing and problem-solving in the signage industry for 13 years. His experience encompasses a broad array of interior and exterior wayfinding, corporate branding change-outs, and many projects in the banking and medical industries. Combining a realistic and creative approach, he identifies what works best in each environment while clearly articulating a brand and effectively getting people to where they need to go. He holds an associate degree in graphic design from Robert Morris University in Orland Park, Illinois.

As a creative design professional that specializes in environmental graphic design and signage production. Chris Fato provided exemplary levels of service in design focused work and project management. His goal for every project is to create remarkable work for a wide variety of clients and industries. Whether it's a team effort or an individual project, completing the goal is the top priority. With 10+ years in the signage industry, Chris can adapt to massive revisions and last minute deadlines while still seeing the project through to completion.

Chris Fato specializes in Environmental Graphics, Dimensional Logos & Lettering, Wayfinding Signage Systems, and Project Management. Chris was owner/designer of Holeshot Design Studio,  a creative design and signage studio based in the Chicago suburbs created remarkable signage for a wide variety of clients and industries.

View more of Chris Fato's work at Shannon Leigh Associates. Connect with Chris on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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