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Jenny Bartlett is a graphic designer at Dyer Brown Architects, a 50-person full-service Architecture and Interior Design firm with an impressive portfolio of corporate interiors, retail, hospitality, and building services projects. Jenny’s broad portfolio of graphic design work makes her an auspicious addition to the Dyer Brown. After receiving her B.A. in Architecture from Hobart & William Smith Colleges, she continued her studies at the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University where she received a Master of Arts in Graphic Design.
Since completing her studies, Jenny Bartlett has worked as a freelance graphic designer creating and collaborating on magazine layouts, websites, media kits, logos, and advertising. She has also applied her skills to the design of reference guides for Harvard Law School.
Overall, design has inspired her to think freely and not only design for herself but also for others with a cause in mind. Within rigorous boundaries and conceptual guidelines, Jenny is able to bring a piece of herself into her work and still collaborate with outside forces to produce a socially significant composition. It is with these experiences, in and out of the studio, that she has developed a foundation in which to excel and be the designer she strives to be.
A native of Topsfield, Massachusetts, Jenny Bartlett is an unapologetic New England Patriots fan. She loves to travel and has visited China, though her favorite place to visit is Nantucket where she has previously lived and worked. Jenny is also a Game of Thrones enthusiast and an unofficial member of House Stark.