California College of the Arts

Jayati Sinha

Jayati is passionate about building experiences to make people smile and wonder. Her approach is to lead from understanding real people rather than the cultural stereotypes that surrounds them, leaving preconceived notions behind and bringing a more empathetic perspective. ​

She enjoys working with colors, patterns, compositions, and materials physically and digitally and believes in the power of visual culture.​

Jayati Sinha
California College of the Arts
San Francisco

Tracy Tsutsumoto

Tracy Tsutsumoto is a graphic designer who leverages customer centered service and extensive design knowledge and experience to create concepts that encompass whole systems in print and web. Tracy Tsutsumoto is experienced in retail, museum, arts, production, and environmental industries. She is recognized for analytical/critical thinking, empathy, design research, collaboration and innovation. Tracy spends time giving back by volunteering at Letterform Archive as a Teaching Assistant.

Tracy Tsutsumoto is a graphic designer who leverages customer centered service and extensive design knowledge and experience to create concepts that encompass whole systems in print and web.
California College of the Arts
San Francisco

David Meckel

David Meckel is a licensed architect and arts educator who began his career working with Charles and Ray Eames in their Venice, California studio. A few years later David Meckel directed all of the design work for the 1984 Olympics, which Time Magazine declared “Not just the year’s, but surely the decade’s most glittering and effective demonstration of the power of creative design.”

Photograph of David Meckel
San Francisco, CA
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