Poulin + Morris Promotes Three Staffers

Erik Herter, Andreina Carrillo, Sherry Leung (Poulin + Morris)

Poulin + Morris (New York) promoted three staffers, naming Erik Herter and Andreina Carrillo as creative directors and Sherry Leung as senior designer.

Erik Herter has been with Poulin + Morris for 10 years. As a Creative Director, Erik is currently directing environmental graphics, donor recognition and wayfinding sign programs for Irish Arts Center, New York-Presbyterian, Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture; and branding, environmental graphics, wayfinding, exhibition design and publication design for City University of New York, Cornell University’s Department of Communication, Graphis, Neuberger Berman and Vassar College’s Integrated Science Center.

His work has been recognized for design excellence by American Package Design Awards, Applied Arts, Communication Arts, eg Magazine, Graphic Design USA, Graphis, HOW Magazine, and SEGD.

Andreina Carrillo has been with the firm for 7 years. As a creative director, Andreina is currently directing environmental graphics, donor recognition and wayfinding sign programs for Arizona State University and New-York Historical Society; and branding, environmental graphics and wayfinding sign programs for the Empire State Building, 55 Hudson Yards, Hotel Indigo, JP Atlanta Restaurant, 280 Park Avenue and 230 Peachtree (Atlanta).

Her work has been recognized for design excellence by AIGA, Communication Arts, eg Magazine, Graphis, Novum World of Graphic Design (Germany), SEGD and Type Directors Club.

Sherry Leung has been with the firm for 4 years. As a senior designer, Sherry’s current projects include environmental graphics, donor recognition and wayfinding sign programs for Arizona State University, Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, Museum of Mississippi History and University of Kentucky HealthCare; and environmental graphics and wayfinding sign programs for Conrad New York, MGM National Harbor Resort and Casino, New York Marriott Marquis and 1919 Market Street (Philadelphia).

Her work has been recognized for design excellence by American Package Design Awards, Graphic Design USA and Graphis.

Photo: (l-r) Eric Herter, Andreina Carrillo, Sherry Leung

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