Lucy Holmes is a member of the 2021 SEGD Board and, previously, the 2020 and 2018 SEGD Board. She is owner of Holmes Studio in London.
Lucy has created design solutions and information graphics for wayfinding schemes including Tate Modern, The National Gallery, The V&A Museum and Albert Dock in Liverpool; interpretation graphics for several exhibitions at the Tower of London; and an information graphics strategy for Virgin Atlantic.
Austin Frith is excited to provide the SEGD DFW Chapter with leadership that will help grow the local chapter membership while providing networking and education events that benefit local SEGD members.
Steve Lahood is Director of Signage and Wayfinding and Product Design at HDR.
Steve Lahood is a longtime Omahan and a man of many hats at HDR. His involvement in design goes back as far as he can remember. With his dad's position as Director of Public Relations at Union Pacific Railroad, he remembers going to the headquarters building and hanging out with the graphic designers and creatives there.
Marc Jenkins is a graphic designer living in England. He leads the graphic design team at BDP, specialising in environmental graphic design, including wayfinding and signage.
Marc Jenkins' designs function in a three-dimensional environment—such as "environmental" branding at a company headquarters, exhibition design, and signage and wayfinding for universities, cities, and airports. He works in collaboration with fellow architects, interior designers, and landscape architects, exploring the potential of signage and graphics within a space.
An experienced wayfinding consultant, Sam Coultrip has contributed to some of the world’s most innovative wayfinding projects including WalkNYC, The Met in New York, the cities of Vancouver & Cleveland, and Masdar City, an eco-city in the Middle East.
Now based in Toronto, he collaborates with world-leading wayfinding companies including Applied Wayfinding, Living Map and most recently Pam Wayfinding.
Joseph A. Nicholson AIA, NCARB, IDSA is Principal-in-Charge of studioMUSarx.
Joeseph Nicholson brings a unique insight to each museum architecture and exhibit design project. He has worked in all facets of museum planning, exhibit design, architecture, and exhibit fabrication. He continued his education and earned a masters degree with merit in Museum Studies. His current professional practice as the principal of studioMUSarx focuses exclusively on servicing the planning and design needs of the museum community.