Hospitality

Scott Drummond

1994 Distinguished Member Award honoree

Scott Drummond is a Brand and Design Creative Strategist. He is a specialist in Sports, Entertainment, Hotel and Restaurant brands. Scott Drummond is skilled at building out teams—currently for Prophet, previously for Landor and a newly created boutique agency Forty Forty.

Scott Drummond
Drummond/SF
San Francisco, CA

Harry Spetnagel

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree. Harry Spetnagel is an Associate Design Director in Gensler’s Denver office. He joined Gensler in 2006 with more than 15 years experience in sign design and fabrication.

Harry Spetnagel
Gensler
Denver, CO

Tom Horton

2009 SEGD Green Committee, Distinguished Member Award honoree

Thomas Horton, Senior Associate at Gensler, serves as the firm’s environmental graphic design director in the San Francisco Brand Design Studio.

Tom Horton
Gensler
San Francisco, CA

Ken Ethridge

2009 Angel Award honoree, 1992 Angel Award honoree, and 2000 Distinguished Member Award honoree. Ken has been associated with ASI-Modulex in a variety of marketing and communications capacities for over twenty years.

Ken Ethridge
ASI
Temple, TX

Douglas Morris

SEGD President 2002-2003

As Co-founder, Design Director, and Principal of Poulin + Morris Inc., Douglas Morris has directed visual communications programs for clients including ABC News, Ann Taylor, Barnard College, The City University of New York, CNN, College of William & Mary, Columbia University and many more.

Headshot of Doug Morris, Partner in Poulin + Morris
Poulin + Morris
New York, NY

Lorenc+Yoo Design - Delta Flight Museum

Photo of wayfinding at New Orleans Hyatt

Lorenc+Yoo Design (Roswell, Ga.) announced it will design the exhibits for the new Delta Flight Museum, opening at Delta Airlines’ headquarters in Atlanta in summer 2014. The $6 million renovation will refurbish the 1940s-era airplane hanger in which the museum is currently housed. It will continue to feature airplanes from Delta’s history, including single-engine propeller planes from Delta’s early days and the “Spirit of Delta,” a Boeing 767 jumbo jet purchased in the 1980s by Delta employees.

Carbone Smolan Agency

Carbone Smolan Agency (New York) worked with Carnegie to relaunch the brand when the company released a plant-based version of its legacy product Xorel, a high-performance textile. CSA recommended video as the medium, celebrating Xorel's organic property with vivid imagery and a playful tagline. By simultaneously shooting still photos and video, CSA optimized resources while ensuring visual continuity from the video to print campaign.

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