Perspectives 4X1 at the 2022 SEGD Wayfinding and Placemaking Symposium

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It’s here! The
2022 Wayfinding + Placemaking Symposium kicks off today! There’s still time to register and join us virtually for this two day event. Click here to register, and continue reading to learn more about our unique pecha kucha style session on Day 2!

On Thursday, August 4, SEGD will be hosting Day 2 of our annual Wayfinding + Placemaking Symposium. The schedule includes project case studies, trend insights, and even in-person tours in Los Angeles, CA! This year, the morning session will have a slightly different structure. “Perspectives 1X4” will feature four speakers to form a ‘pecha kucha’ type session. Each will speak for about 15 minutes and share an insight into something that defines what they do. Learn more about these ‘featured four’ below!

Annelle Stotz
2022 SEGD Board Member and Membership Committee Chair 
Team Lead, Product & Visual Design

Annelle Stotz is a creative leader and mentor. Driven by creating great experiences with design thinking and storytelling, she motivates teams and leads them to success. She is happiest facilitating integrated design to develop and deliver dynamic brand experiences while inspiring the next generation of designers. Annelle is serving her first term on the SEGD Board of Directors after two terms as a Seattle chapter chair. She is recognized internationally for her commitment to growing the practice of experiential design in the real estate and design communities.

Paul Hanegraaf
Creative Navigator – Milligan
Founder – CreativeTrade
London Business School Sloan Fellow 2015

As an experienced business leader, Paul is currently director, shareholder, and creative strategy guide to Milligan Limited, an innovative boutique commercial property development team based in London and Barcelona. Trained initially in Fine Art and Architecture, in 2015 Paul completed a year as a Sloan Fellow at the London Business School from which the entrepreneurial start up, CreativeTrade was launched. For Paul, a problem is just an opportunity in disguise. Driven by an infectious enthusiasm for any challenge, he is a strategic creative thinker armed with “fat pen” ideas who will always bring a fresh perspective and new intelligence and innovation to every project.

Claire Mander
Director and Curator, the CoLAB

Claire Mander is the Director and Curator of independent curatorial practice, theCoLAB. theCoLAB collaborates with conviction and inventiveness and creates opportunities for contemporary sculptors to use unusual sites as experimental laboratories to realize their most ambitious, far-flung and life-affirming work. She has curated over 40 mainly site-specific interventions including Sculpture Shock residency/commissioning programme for interventions into subterranean, ambulatory and historic sites in London, Headlands to Headspace landscape art commissions across Morecambe Bay and Skulptur showcasing the work of seventeen Nordic sculptors across three sites in London.

Sarah Manning
Director, Spaceagency

Sarah Manning is the co-founder at Spaceagency, the London-based wayfinding and experience design company. Her professional experiences comprise a wide range of international commissions, which integrate information design, urbanism and user experience. Sarah leads the company’s strategic work, delivering complex, multi-stakeholder projects for cities, major companies and global organizations.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from these incredible speakers. Register for the 2022 SEGD Wayfinding + Placemaking symposium TODAY! The symposium kicks off at 12:00pm EST today, August 3, so hurry up and secure your seat now.