Greg Riestenberg is a multidisciplinary designer and educator with a broad background in two- and three-dimensional design.
Greg spent several years with architectural firms, including the internationally recognized RTKL, in the environments studio, and TPG Architecture in New York as a freelancer. He know works for the esteemed environmental graphic design studio, Calori & Vanden-Eynden.
He has worked on regional, national and international projects ranging from printed publications, packaging, websites, branding and identity, wayfinding, and branded architectural spaces. Previous clients include Procter & Gamble and the Architect of the U.S. Capitol, along with a wide swath of smaller, local, and non-profit organizations.
Greg Riestenberg's design aesthetic is focused on the challenge of creating spaces, systems, and artifacts that employ an optimal balance of emotional expressiveness and communicative clarity. He brings a powerful ability to create pleasant and useful experiences for those who might be using a particular product, service, or space.Greg holds an MFA in Communication Design from Pratt Institute, and a BS in Graphic Design from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. For several years he has served as a full-time Lecturer and Foundations Coordinator for Kean University in Union, NJ.
Volunteer work includes the AIGA Mentorship Program, Pratt Free School, Architecture for Humanity, and Greater DC Cares.