Identity

Amy Siegel

For more than 30 years, Amy has been striking a balance between creative expression and managing the details and business demands of large, multi-faceted, projects such as international airports, hospital campuses, and gaming and hotel facilities. Amy collaborates with her clients before design even begins from planning through implementation, translating their critical needs into design solutions.

Amy Siegel, Gensler
Denver

Ray Berberich

The best wayfinding signage is concise and straightforward yet subtle. They do all the things they’re meant to do without much fanfare—because their job is not to talk about or draw attention to themselves.

Ray Berberich designs like that because he is like that. He started focusing on wayfinding and communication design in the 1990s; since then his scope of work has ranged from logo design and brand-identity communications, to the implementation of large signage programs—for medical facilities, sports venues, retail, hospitality, entertainment and mixed-use facilities.

Ray Berberich, Berberich Design
BDT Architects & Designers
Rapid City, SD

Paul Bescher

As Creative Strategist for Hickok Cole Creative, Paul Bescher is responsible for producing dynamic solutions, in addition to creating and maintaining client relationships. He works closely with clients to ensure their messaging goals are met through comprehensive and strategic programs that include print and digital environments. Prior to joining Hickok Cole, Paul worked as an independent marketing consultant for a diverse range of clients. His portfolio of clients spanned from New York City to Miami and included Cassidy Turley, Price Modern, VT Group and many others.

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Jessica Grant

Jessica Grant is Senior Experiential Graphic Designer at Arrowstreet Inc.

For several years, Jessica Grant freelanced full-time at Boston area design studios and with her own clients. Working on several experiential graphic design projects while freelancing led her to want to focus on EGD work full time. Her previous design work had primarily been focused on print, branding, and identity design and she loved being able to bring these skills to her EGD work.

Arrowstreet
Boston

Ellen Bean Spurlock

With a combined background in both Industrial Design and Exhibition Design, Ellen Spurlock has, through the course of her career, found a passion in helping clients and colleagues effectively utilize the creative process – identifying a problem and cleverly solving it through exploration.

Ellen Bean Spurlock
Little
Washington D.C.

Simon Hancock

Founder & Creative Director — THERE.

For nearly 20 years I have been designing brands across Europe, Australia and Asia.

Throughout my career which includes everything from rebranding international companies to art directing advertising campaigns and creating award winning branded environments, I have always strived to create engaging solutions that are not only beautiful, but are ideas-driven, help tell a story and leave a positive impression.

Simon Hancock, THERE
Sydney, Australia

Amy Siegel

Amy Siegel brings over two decades of experience to the design of environmental and print graphics. Since joining C&G in 1998, Amy has planned, designed and managed large as well as small-scale signage and wayfinding programs for institutional, corporate and public clients.

Amy Siegel, C&G Partners
C&G Partners
New York

Jason Robinson

Extending Brands in Two- and Three-Dimensions.

I think too much. No, really; it's been a common theme throughout my life, and numerous people both personally and professionally have commented to that effect.

Jason Robinson, ROBINSON | A Design Company
ROBINSON - A Design Co
Charlotte

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