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Bob Noll

Bob Noll is CEO & Chief Creative Officer at BPI (Boston Productions Inc.).  BPI’s creative division conceives, designs, and produces story-inspired technologically advanced projects. This powerful combination of creative and technical services makes BPI an innovative leader in solutions for today’s contemporary visitor experiences.

BPI
Boston

Jessie Rubenstein

Jessie Rubenstein is an exhibition and multimedia designer at Marks + Spaces. Her previous experiences include MetLife, Krent/Paffett/Carney Inc., and Hyde Park Art Center.

Jessie Rubenstein uses interactive storytelling to create brand experiences, exhibitions and interactive media for museums, corporations, universities, and non-profits. Blending an academic background in psychology and interior architecture with professional experience in exhibition and program design, she creates innovative, content driven designs that speak to diverse audiences.

Jessie Rubenstein
Marks + Spaces
Boston

Juliette Fritsch

Dr. Juliette Fritsch, MA (hons), MA, PhD, FRSA

Dr. Juliette Fritsch is a museum and historic environment learning profession with more than 10 years in the field working for complex, high-profile organizations. Currently she is directing education and interpretation strategy, embedded though the Peabody Essex Museum, working closely with curators, designers and artists to deliver exciting, beautiful, informative and imaginative galleries and associated education programs.

Juliette Fritsch, Chief of Education and Interpretation, Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA

SGA

SGA was founded in 1991 as a full-service architecture, planning, interior design, virtual design and construction (VDC) and branded environments firm with locations in Boston and New York City. SGA is built around a strong design culture that is truly client-inclusive. Our passion for unparalleled design comes from the successful integration of creative solutions for unique client needs.

Colleen Hamilton

With 17 years of extensive experience in interactive strategy, development and design, Colleen Hamilton bridges the gap between technology and visual design skillfully. She excels in her ability to understand both the user experience and technical issues of an interactive challenge. Her skills were honed by her extensive work in software consulting and development, and her background in both Physics and mural painting.

Photo of Colleen Hamilton, Art of Context
Art of Context
Boston, MA

Raymond Texeira

Raymond Texeira has run Raymond Texeira Design Associates since 2004. The firm has been involved in the development of environmental graphic design programs for healthcare, biomedical, academic and corporate facilities including wayfinding and donor recognition systems. This work includes planning and design of campus systems for site and interior programs. Before that he worked at Payette Associates, John Lee & Associates, Jung Brannen Architects and Waterstreet Associates.

Raymond Texeira earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Graphic Design from the Swain School of Design.

Raymond Texeira, Environmental Graphic Design
Raymond Texeira Design Associates
Fairhaven, Massachusetts

Cristy Morgan

Cristy Morgan is an Assistant Professor, Visual & Performing Arts at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts.

Cristy Morgan received her BFA, Graphic Design & Art Education, Colby-Sawyer College and her MFA in Graphic Design from Boston University.

Cristy Morgan, Vallee Design and Stonehill College
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John Seeley

As a partner at SurfaceMatter Design, John Seeley serves as Principal and Creative Director for the firm’s environmental design practice. He leads clients to successful solutions by providing a strong, multi-disciplinary approach with expertise in branded environments, retail design, exhibition design, and signage and wayfinding.

John Seeley, SurfaceMatter Design, Providence, Rhode Island
SurfaceMatter Design
Providence, RI

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