Phil Engelke

Before starting his own firm, Phil Engelke was a Vice President of RTKL, an international architecture and engineering firm. During his 30-year tenure, RTKL grew from a regionally-based practice to one of the largest design firms in the world, with projects in over 40 countries.

Phil Engelke
New York City

Michael Haug

Michael Haug is an environmental graphic designer with a strong portfolio of branded environments, experience design, signage and wayfinding projects. Over the last 25 years, he has worked on almost every type of environmental graphics project from municipal wayfinding plans and site signage to donor recognition, display and event graphics to sign systems for office buildings, hospitals and clinics.

Michael Haug

Korinna Hirsch

I help people tell their stories!

As an LEED Green Associate EGD/Branding professional with 17 years of diverse international design and project management experience, Korinna Hirsch boasts an extensive portfolio in interior + exterior sign design and wayfinding systems, identity, branding and print graphics for hospitality, retail, commercial, healthcare, education, cultural and civic market sectors. Her work with Perkins+Will allows Korinna Hirsch and her team to weave sustainable brand experiences through digital, print, and built environments.

Korinna Hirsch

Sarah Huie Coleman

From designing the award-winning signage for Avalon, a $600 million mixed-use development, to rebranding more than 30 YMCAs in the Southeast, Huie Design’s Principal and Owner Sarah Huie Coleman and her team provide branding, signage and wayfinding for some of the highest profile developments across the nation.

Huie Design

Sue Allnutt

Sue Allnutt is co-founder and creative director of Nuttshell Graphics in Melbourne, Australia.

After completing her graphic design course at Swinburne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Sue Allnutt worked at the iconic design studio Design Research Unit in London. From there, she moved to the British Museum, where she gained invaluable exhibition and display design experience.

On her return to Australia, she taught graphic design at Philip Institute (now RMIT) before establishing her business, Nuttshell Graphics, in 1985.

Sue Allnutt, Nuttshell Graphics

Simon Andrews

Simon Andrews has been a principal with Graphic Solutions since 1976, serving as vice president and secretary of the corporation. His responsibilities include problem-solving, design connecting, and sign planning. He has directed numerous award-winning projects for both private and public agency clients.

Simon has played an active role in a number of professional and civic organizations, including:

Simon Andrews, Graphic Solutions
Graphic Solutions
San Diego

Alvaro Amat

Álvaro Amat has been with The Field Museum since 2007. He has more than 20 years of experience as an architect, designer, educator, and artist, working in Spain, Mexico, and the United States. His creative work, ranging from buildings and installation art to designed objects, poetry, and exhibitions, has developed around the relationship between people, the experience of space, objects, and narrative.

Alvaro Amat, The Field Museum Exhibition Design
Field Museum

Richard Lang

Richard Lang is a principal and co-founding partner of Visual Communications. During his 35 years career, Richard has directed the successful planning, design, and implementation of many large-scale signage and wayfinding programs. Mr. Lang has a ongoing interest in historic preservation and natural environments. His experience includes education, healthcare, hospitality, government, park and recreation, and retail entities.

Richard Lang
Visual Communications


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