Daniel Starr has always been driven to engage challenges and solve problems through critical and creative processes. Starr has a strong understanding of how great ideas can have impact through focused process management. Growing up in an architecture and construction based household, then focusing his education on art and business, nourished a strong balance of right and left brain thinking. This has helped Daniel Starr develop a unique perspective and ability to take projects from concept to fruition.
Alexis Agoustari is a Designer at Kate Keating Associates who has a formal education in both art history and design, she is particularly passionate about projects that connect people to place. Her desire to learn about the unique spirits and histories of built environments and helping people interpret the world around them led her to begin a career in Environmental Graphic Design, at Kate Keating Associates in 2016.
Nikki San Miguel is currently a Principal at Kate Keating Associates where she has worked for the past 10 and a half years. She joined the firm in 2008 and rapidly emerged as a talented leader, client communicator, and problem solver. She has a passion for developing signage and wayfinding systems that complement the surrounding architecture while emphasizing clarity and consistency as the most effective ways to guide users to their destination. She has an intuitive understanding of how people navigate their environment and thrives on collaborating with large teams on complex projects.
Jake Andrews is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Jack Porter, Inc. Andrews is a designer dedicated to the cultivation of creative ideas who is efficient at utilizing multiple disciplines to achieve impactful solutions.
Renée Ludlam is an Environmental Graphic Designer who also specializes in Experience design, Strategy, and Fine Art. From discovery and research to collaborative development of comprehensive design experiences, Renée delivers complete solutions that generate results. She believes in exceeding expectations, building long-lasting client relationships, and achieving a triple bottom line. Renée’s top five strengths are: Learner; Individualization; Strategic; Achiever; and Activator.
John Mesa is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Showoff Designs and has numerous years of experience in Graphic Design and Experiential Design.
Throughout life John Mesa was always drawing, and took classes at local art schools. He studied Commercial Arts and Graphic Design through OJT in Oklahoma. Mesa then started doing layouts for a wholesale grocer in their print shop, and was discovered by Benham, Blair & Affiliates Architects & Engineers to do their in-house graphics and promotional packages.
Jessica Kramer is an Environmental Graphic Designer and Landscape Architect, with over 20 years of design, marketing, communications and identity/branding experience. As both an environmental graphic designer and landscape architect, Jessica brings a unique perspective to projects. Jessica Kramer's philosophy towards any design project is to truly try to understand how a user will interact within an environment or through a communications piece.
Ken Reddick is the Founder and Creative Director / Interactive Director at Meld Media - Toronto, Canada, creating interactive experiences for museums and brands. Meld media is a full-service interactive design and production studio that specializes in creation of world-class digital experiences for culture and entertainment.
He has held many roles over the years in media from design, animation, programming, to live action direction. Ken speaks all things design and tech, and is passionate about the role of experience design in storytelling.
Robert Cristinetti is owner of Cristinetti - Planning and Design. They develop transdisciplinary design solutions for our clients. This may include signage and wayfinding projects, product studies and brand spaces as well as exhibits, visual identities and corporate communication. The office consists of five additional employed professionals and is located in Frankfurt‘s east end, Germany.