I was the 1996 jury chairperson for the SEGD Global Design Awards and participated again this year as a 2017 jury member offering a personal perspective that places today’s work in historic context.
As one of the founders of C&G Partners, Keith Helmetag offers creative direction to a talented team involved in signage and wayfinding as well as exhibit and experience design commissions.
Currently, Keith Helmetag is working on digital and analog communication graphics for the U.S. State Department’s new American Embassy in London; Oceanwide Center in San Francisco; San Diego History Center, Goldendale Observatory in Washington State and Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA.
In 2016, Keith Helmetag received an SEGD award for the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center that interprets America’s largest gold mine and astrophysics neutrino research and showcased in SEGD's Design Destiny: A Diary of the World Trade Center Site as well as opened aYogi Berra & Elston Howard exhibit at the Yankees’ museum expanding on his past work at the new Stadium.
Keith Helmetag was educated as an architect (B.Arch.,UC/Berkeley), graphic designer (Philadelphia’s University of the Arts) and business manager (M.B.A., New York University’s Stern School of Management). As an adjunct professor at Cal Berkeley, he teaches a seminar in Communication Graphics in Cities, Landscape & Architecture.
View more of Keith Helmetag's work at C&G Partners, LLC.