Competent and passionate, Stephen Hight is a creative designer who offers a quality range of work and commitment. Proficient in Adobe software, Stephen is able to create work at a high level. He is always willing to learn and expand on different ways of thinking.
Stephen Hight is able to present himself and his work professionally and confidently. He collaborates effectively with others and is continuously challenged and grown through this process.
Lucy Holmes was a member of the 2021-2022 SEGD Board and, previously, the 2020 and 2018 SEGD Board. She is owner of Holmes Studio in London.
Lucy has created design solutions and information graphics for wayfinding schemes including Tate Modern, The National Gallery, The V&A Museum and Albert Dock in Liverpool; interpretation graphics for several exhibitions at the Tower of London; and an information graphics strategy for Virgin Atlantic.
Paul Howell learned everything he knows about graphic design in the Navy. Not really, but it’s fun to point out that he printed his first design at the age of 15, working as an intern in the design studio of the U.S. Navy’s Department of Morale, Welfare and Recreation on the U.S. Naval Air Station Roosevelt Roads in Ceiba, Puerto Rico.
He’s come a long way since then, earning a BFA with honors from Arizona State University’s graphic design program and working at some of the Southwest’s most respected firms.
Jo Bailey is co-chair of the SEGD Wellington Chapter.
I am Jo Bailey, a designer based in Wellington, New Zealand. I am interested in visual communication, especially where it intersects with navigating space (from a book, to a website, to the world around us).
Lee Ater is a principal and creative director at Seattle-based Arscentia, specializing in brand and experience strategy, branded environments and exhibit design, integrated communication design, and placemaking through branded stories.
Richard Wise is a creative with over 20 years’ experience; delivering quality design solutions and added value to each project he is involved with.
He is passionate about using effective wayfinding and branding to create environments that are harmonious and inspirational to the people who work and live in them.
His strengths are creative problem solving to produce accurate and innovative graphic design; speed and attention to detail; team working; a thorough knowledge of production processes for both print and digital media; excellent Adobe Creative Suite skills.
Architecture and graphic design students at the University of Houston collaborated with a steel manufacturer and a local park to create a micro-pavilion to house a sound art installation. The project demonstrated the potential use of office cubicle waste for disaster relief housing.
University of Houston College of Architecture and School of Art, Graphic Design