Jonathan Posnett has been working with Two Twelve since 2007 when he came on board as a freelance project manager for the wayfinding and signage program for the New Meadowlands Stadium, the new home of the New York Giants and New York Jets NFL teams as of 2010. Jonathan accepted an invitation to become a full time Creative Director in October 2008, assuming responsibility for clients including the rechristened David H. Koch Theater (formerly the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center), the Botanical Research Institute of Texas in Fort Worth, and the City of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Jonathan’s completed projects include donor recognition and wayfinding signage for the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas; environmental graphics for UNC Chapel Hill’s Kenan Memorial Stadium, and master plan development and pedestrian wayfinding design for the City of Richmond, Va. He has excellent communication and collaboration skills, and has a talent for developing elegant creative solutions that reconcile the sometimes conflicting needs of clients, project partners, and end users.
Jonathan studied at West Surrey College of Art & Design, in London, England and Derby University, in Birmingham, England where he received his degree in graphic design in 1992. His work has been widely published and has received awards from Communications Arts, Graphis, and SEGD. He is a member of AIGA and SEGD.