Blake Kishler is a co-chair of the Cincinnati Chapter.
Blake Kishler is a Branded Environments Designer at Kolar Design in Cincinnati
Blake Kishler is an Industrial and Experiential Graphic Designer with an exhibit design background.
He is constantly working toward innovative new ways to translate brands and ideas into tactile, immersive experiences, with an emphasis on thoughtful technology integration. Blake Kishler is fluent in multiple 2D and 3D media to communicate design and strategy in project-appropriate and impactful methods.
Grania Frueh is a co-chair of the Cincinnati Chapter.
Grania Frueh is an Environmental Graphic Designer with BHDP Architecture in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Grania Frueh specializes in branded workplace environments from concept through execution for clients such as Procter & Gamble, Yum!, and Nationwide. Grania Frueh is committed to creating unique experiential design solutions that inspire, instruct, and elicit an emotional response from viewers.
Amy Rees is a successful, talented, award-winning designer, educator and active professional in the graphic design community with broad experience, working as a consultant within small studio environments as well as larger design firms, servicing a diverse client base, including both established institutions as well as upstart organizations.
Julian Wiese is a co-chapter of the Phoenix Chapter.
Julian Wiese is an associate with Canary, a Gould Evans studio. She received a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design a Bachelor of Arts in Structural Engineering & Sculpture from the University of Arizona.
John Emshwiller is co-chair of the Los Angeles Chapter.
John Emshwiller is a Senior Associate and Design Director with more than 19 years of professional brand design experience. He dedicates himself to providing clients with authentic designs and strategies that when completed are impactful and consistent with company’s visual identity.
Elizabeth (Lizzy) Skolmen received her BA in Graphic Design at Western Washington university. During her time there she minored in both Industrial Design and Sustainable Design, giving her a unique sense of spacial awareness and fondness for built environments. Post-graduation, she spent a year in San Francisco, designing in store signage and merchandising at Real Food Company. Once returning to the pacific northwest, she began work at Michael Courtney Design, and honing her EGD knowledge and skills.