Formed by creative partners Deby and David Bailey, Bailey Design Element, Inc. specializes in storytelling through environments. They create experiences in graphic design as well as creating digital backgrounds, and collaborate with branding, design/build firms, architectural, interior and visual effects industry to create experiences from conceptual design, development of detailed drawings, team management, art direction and fabrication supervision.
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.
Emma Wallace is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Little in Raleigh, NC.
Emma is an experienced graphic designer working in Durham, NC. Growing up, she was eager to explore a new city for college and chose to attend undergrad at Loyola University in New Orleans and lived there for over 10 years.
With experience in branding, Emma Wallace has worked in many mediums – from logo creation and business papers to environmental design and everything in-between. Emma’s passion is creating brands and seeing it evolve through various applications.
Deby Bailey is An Environmental Graphic Designer and the founder of Bailey Design Elements in Byron Center, MI
Versatile forward-thinking design professional with 20 years of multi-disciplinary background. Works with clients globally.
As an idea-driven graphic designer, Deby Bailey always strives to find the balance between aesthetic and functional, creating memorable designs and experiences yet meeting the strategic objectives. Deby Bailey's passion for all areas of visual culture keeps solutions relevant, fresh, compelling, thoughtful and cohesive for the audience.
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SEGD pays tribute to Michael Bryce – Australian architect, environmental graphic designer and longstanding member of SEGD – who died on January 15, 2021, after a long illness. Bryce is perhaps best known for his accomplishments as Principal Design Adviser to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.