Brooksany Vettergreen brings with her a decade of experience in environmental graphics, as well as print and web design. She holds a Bachelor’s in Graphic Design from Simmons College, 1999, and a MS in Interactive Media from Quinnipiac University, 2013.
Brook has developed comprehensive wayfinding and donor recognition systems for The Jackson Laboratories, Boston Scientific, Merck Millipore, and the Perkins School of the Blind, as well as regional healthcare providers such as Newton-Wellesley Hosptial, Winchester Hospital, and Exeter Hospital.
“Born in central Tennessee, I have lived the majority of my life in New England. I attended undergraduate at Simmons College in Boston where I studied communications, graphic design and fine art. For the past decade I have been working as a designer for an environmental design firm. Focusing on way-finding and user experience within a 3D environment, I have developed sign systems for a variety of health-care, educational and corporate clients. I recently earned a Masters in Interactive Media from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. With this advanced training, I have gained exposure in user experience design, animation, audio & video production as well as Internet ethics & policy. My educational and professional experience combined has provided me with an evolutionary approach to design. Preferring the title ‘Graphic Solutionist’, my goal is to provide clients and employers with a wealth of design expertise and knowledge in nearly any conceivable environment.”