Indiana

Scott Swedler

Scott Swedler provides business development and project management for environmental graphics projects on a national scale. Entering into his 12th year in the visual graphics industry, his knowledge of process and production, medias & substrates, and installation of visual graphic solutions can provide clients with cost effective solutions that drive sales and build brand recognition.

Scott Swedler
Riot Creative Imaging
Crown Point, Indiana

Heather McKendree

Heather McKendree is a Senior Graphic Designer at Section 127 and a native Hoosier with a passion for designing brand experiences for the built environment. She works with a talented team to design and implement brand experiences for the built environment.

Heather McKendree earned her Bachelor of Arts in studio art at Indiana University, Bloomington, with a concentration in graphic design and minor in art history. During the past 10 years, she has designed work for a publishing company, outdoor history museum, and several architectural firms in Indianapolis.

Heather McKendree
Section 127
Indianapolis

Katie Briner

Katie Briner is a Graphic Design at the Design Collaborative in Fort Wayne Indiana.

Before joining the Design Collaborative Katie Briner worked as Lead Graphic Designer for Indiana University - Purdue University, Fort Wayne and as an Art Director for Britton Marketing and Design Group.

Katie Briner earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication Arts & Graphic Design from the University of St. Frances where she was the Vice President and a member of Insignia Design - USF Chapter of the American Advertising Association.

Katie Briner is a Graphic Design at the Design Collaborative in Fort Wayne Indiana
Design Collaborative
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Kevin Gormal

As Director of Experiential Design at Section 127, Kevin leads the studio with a substantial multidisciplinary background in branded environments, signage, and wayfinding experiences. 

Kevin’s drives innovation with a methodical approach to the complete experience. Many years of experience working with architects, engineers and the industry overall, he has built extensive knowledge about materials, sustainability, production, and implementation.

Kevin Gormal
Section 127
Indianapolis

Neeta Verma

Neeta Verma is Associate Professor in Visual Communication Design at the University of Notre Dame. A graphic designer, story teller and a social advocate by profession, she has over 25 years of professional experience working exclusively for not-for-profits, museums and cultural institutions in New York, Albuquerque and India. As a graphic designer, she describes her role as a catalyst within a societal context, a solution finder, and an experience creator.

Neat Verma, University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame

Josh Sweazy

Josh Sweazy started at Site Enhancement Services in 2004 as a graphic designer creating "brandbooks" for many national accounts. These "brandbooks" provided photo-realistic representation of how a building or property would look upon completion, including code information, recommended branded elements, and approval processes. Josh continued his growth within Site Enhancement Services where he split time between design and zoning specialist performing sign variances, permit expediting and project management.

Josh Sweazy
SES Branded Environments
South Bend, IN

Lara Huchteman

Lara Huchteman is an exhibition designer at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. She assists curators with exhibit layouts while composing an exhibit into a coherent visual experience, coordinates contemporary artists with museum installation personnel to facilitate the production of installations, and researches and specs materials for exhibits. She produces general interior design projects throughout the museum's facilities.

Lara Huchteman, Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indianapolis

Jordan Kauffman

Jordan Kauffman is a graphic designer that is experienced in both designing for print & web. Particularly interested in design for the social good and the integration of design and education. He is always looking for new projects & opportunities, and is passionate about education and believe that it is a life long commitment, not something that you just do in school. Jordan believes in design for the social good, meaning he strives to do design work that benefits others.

Jordan Kauffman, Kent State University
Kent State University
Goshen, Indiana

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