Graphic Design

Maegan Smith

My passions include vector illustration, signage and wayfinding, branding, and visual identity. I am a Graphic Designer and Associate at Ayers Saint Gross and have four years of experience in the industry. I have worked on a variety of project types with many clients including the Smithsonian National Zoo, the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

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Maegan Smith
Ayers Saint Gross (ASG)
Baltimore, MD

Anne Wilsey

I believe that the power of an exhibition is in its ability to spark curiosity and kindle the imagination. As a designer and museum professional, I tell stories with objects and space that connect people with ideas.

I am a recent graduate of George Washington University's exhibition design program and a not-so-recent graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art's illustration program. I live in Washington, DC, where I serve the Smithsonian American Art Museum as a Program Specialist in the Luce Foundation Center.

Anne Wisley
George Washington University
Washington DC

Harrison Issac

I am member of the 2020 graduating class at Purchase College, and will be receiving a BFA in Graphic Design. My background in design stems from my interest in architectural photography-for that reason, I find it most fulfilling for me to design using grid systems with influence from Constructivist and Suprematist design.

Harrison Issac
Purchase College
New York

Jules Naujoks

As an experiential graphic designer at Interior Architects, Jules Naujoks helps her clients present their brands throughout their workplaces. She enjoys the wide variety of projects, materials, and formats that EGD offers. With a background in account management and user experience, the ways people interact with her work is always the primary focus. Though the client’s goals always take priority, Jules tries to inspire play and curiosity within all of her work.

Jules Naujoks
Seattle Central Creative Academy
Seattle

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