Jessica Church is a talented and experienced designer, whose expertise includes branding programs, sign programs, interpretive graphics, and publication and exhibit design. Some of her recent projects include creating interpretive panels and graphics for The City of Frederick, Maryland, and the Tampa Riverwalk in Florida. Jessica designed the identity and wayfinding program for the City of Ocala Florida, and a regional wayfinding program for Morris County, New Jersey. She created wayfinding master plans and graphics for Walla Walla Valley, Washington, and Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Jessica has also developed several identity projects, marketing materials and orientation maps for various clients.
Prior to joining MERJE, Jessica was involved in the planning and design of interpretive exhibits, graphics and signage for both new and established institutions. She developed interpretive exhibits for The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo: African Elephant Crossing, The Allegheny Ridge Corporation, and The Delaware Museum of Natural History.