Sarah Aman is an exhibit and graphic designer with a passion for sustainable action and environmental conservation. Sarah hails from America’s High-Five (aka Michigan), and currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri where she works for PGAV Destinations. Combining her passion for the natural world and her skills is design, she strives to create impactful experiences that inspire, educate, and entertain.
Heeji Min’s passion lies in visual storytelling and transforming spaces to captivate audiences within branded experiences. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to pursue art, and she knows she’s found a way to make that childhood dream a reality with her exhibition designs. Growing up in a small town in Korea, Heeji pursued her passion by joining various art clubs.
Julie Flechoux is a Visual Design Director at Gallagher & Associates, in NYC.
Working with cross-functional teams, she pilots the design of immersive digital experiences in physical spaces for Museums & Brands, with the goal to inspire, educate and create long-lasting memories using a variety of media and technologies, always putting the people first at the heart of her craft.
Ashley Hinkle is an Exhibition Designer at the PRD Group in Washington, D.C.
Ashley Hinkle recently graduated with a Master of Arts in Exhibition Design at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington D.C. She specializes in exhibition design, graphics, and all things user/visitor experience.
Christin Hardy is a Graphic Designer at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.
As a graphic designer by trade—wielding the power of typography with visual elements to create the best layout design, web banner, or marketing piece possible—Christin Hardy is a science fanatic by nature. Christin especially enjoys combining her skill set with her science interest by doing illustration work. Christin Hardy's favorite two programs have to be Illustrator and Photoshop for this reason.
North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDCR)