Reed Burgoyne is a Senior Graphic Designer at Johnson & Johnson in the Greater New York City Area.
Reed Burgoyne is a New York based graphic designer and printmaker. His goal is to create the most direct, and visually striking design by using an aesthetic based on bold color and typography. Reed Burgoyne received his BA from the Cooper Union in 2005 and has since had the opportunity to work at Pentagram Design with Paula Scher, The Museum of Modern Art and MTV.
Ronnie Younts is Principal and Creative Director of Younts Design in Baltimore.
Ronnie Younts Jr. is the managing principal / design director at Younts Design. From concept direction to final product, Ronnie Younts oversees every aspect of the studio’s work. Over the past 20 years he has developed his expertise in the field of Environmental Graphic Design. He has personally shaped this company into one of the countries best design firms. From large directional systems to individual iconic signs, Ronnie understands every aspect of a successful project.
Northwest Sign & Design is a full-service design / build sign company with a focus on design and supporting the designs of others through feasibility studies, budget analysis, value engineering, and engineering.
25 years of old school hand craftsmanship combined with the latest in technology and a company wide sense of ownership are the ingredients for our success in completing projects on time and to the highest level of quality.
Matthew Mohr is an Experiential Artist/Designer, Associate Professor of Advertising and Design at the Columbus College of Art and Design, and President at Wonder-Shirts, Inc.
Matthew Mohr teaches senior advertising and graphic design, portfolio, and graduate seminar. An e-commerce designer and manager, Mohr’s professional career included a decade in New York with clients such as Samsung, Newsweek, NASA, Norma Kamali and Bloomingdale’s. He has presented at SIGGRAPH and was featured on RES magazine’s 2004 Who’s Now/Who’s Next list.
Peter Bain is a designer working from a deep background in the application of typography to solve design challenges. His experience includes environmental graphic design, brand identity, custom letterforms, books and publications, advertising, and marketing communications. He has worked across a wide range of sectors, from financial services to sports marketing, and from academic and cultural organizations to pharmaceuticals and real estate.
Zach Norman has been with Infinite Scale for more than a decade, where he began as an intern in 2005 and worked his way up to the position of Design Director. He has work on a broad range of sport and non-sport environmental graphic design projects, ranging from temporary events to permanent solutions, with a comprehensive involvement in the project process from concept development to production and installation.
Andrew (Drew) Freeman is the founder and principal of afreeman. He works with clients and colleagues to envision, create and implement conceptually significant yet commercially successful design solutions. Drew is responsible for excellence across all afreeman projects.