Heather Storer completed her MFA degree in graphic design at Ohio University in May 2013. As part of her graduate research, she completed a written thesis and exhibition on the topic of "Authenticity in Branding." Her professional interests span many aspects of branding including interior architecture, retail design, merchandising, packaging and environmental graphics.
After graduating from Miami University with an undergraduate degree in interior design, Heather Storer gained professional experience working in retail and brand-oriented design in the Cincinnati area. She decided to continue her education to strengthen her knowledge in design with a research focus in graphic design and branding. Heather's retail and interior design experience, combined with her graphic design and branding work and research, have strengthened her skills and knowledge base for creating brand-driven experiences and environments. She is interested in any opportunities that will allow me to further develop my experiences in brand-driven design.
Heather Storer is currently working as an environmental graphic designer as part of the experiential branding team at BHDP Architecture. Her clients include retailers such as Roche Brothers supermarkets and Columbia Sportswear Company. She has also worked on corporate interiors and branding for clients such as Capital One.