Courtney Gooch is an Associate Partner at Pentagram in New York.
Courtney Gooch is a designer and Associate Partner at Pentagram, originally from Kingston, New York, and now living in Brooklyn. At Pentagram, she works on identities, environmental graphics, and packaging for a range of clients, including the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Planned Parenthood, and the High Line.
Currently, she teaches a Graphic Design portfolio class alongside Paula Scher at the School of Visual Arts in New York. The class provides the students a basis for approaching identity design through a range of applications, and ultimately aims to prepare students to enter the design workforce. She has served on juries for Pratt Institute and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and is a member of AIGA and SEGD.
Courtney Gooch has been with Pentagram since 2012. Before Joining Pentagram, she worked for Target's in-house studio in Minneapolis as an art director and designer. She started her career as an intern at VSA Partners.
Courtney graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Communication Design in 2009.
Her skills include: typography, art direction, the Adobe Creative Suite, concept development and design strategy among others.
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