Lisa Mastroserio is a Recent Graduate of Parsons New School of Design and a Freelance Design Strategist in the Greater New York City Area.
Lisa Mastroserio is a design thinker driven to carry out concepts to beautiful visual works. Through design we are able to create a communities brands are proud of and consumers want to be a part of. Lisa Mastroserio is a skilled communicator and adaptable team player, who enjoys working in collaborative environments.
Tina Holmes is a Recent Graduate of Parsons and a Self-Employed Designer in the Greater New York City Area.
Tina Holmes is a New York-based interdisciplinary designer, researcher, and artist. She is a member of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD).
Tina Holmes graduated from The New School University in 2018, receiving a BFA from Parsons School of Design in Integrative Design with a minor in Communication Design, and a BA in Psychology of Media and Communications from Eugene Lang College.
Feifei Wu is a MFA Student at Parsons School of Design The New School in New York City.
Feifei Wu attended Arizona State University for her undergraduate studies and obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Design Management. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons.
Feifei Wu is skilled at the following:
Adobe Design Products
Feifei also speaks three languages English, Chinese, and French.
Chanel (Duyen) Hai is a Student at Parsons School of Design in the Greater New York City Area.
Chanel Hai is a creative technologist whose conceptual and strategic thinking skills combine with a solid, both digital and analog, design background.
Currently Chanel Hai is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Design & Technology at Parsons School of Design. So far she's made exhibition prototypes for a Smithsonian museum, joined a hackathon and learned how to code.
Minzhe Jiang is a UX Designer at Mirror That Look in New York.
Minzhe Jiang is a recent graduate of the Parsons MFA Design & Technology program. She combines traditional design elements with biofabrication, business strategy, and technology to create utterly unique projects.
"The Genomic Age" is a fictitious outdoor exhibition in New York City's Union Square Park, open to the general public; the exhibition focuses on the social impact of genetic research, making scientific research in the field accessible and understandable to people of every age group. The exhibition is divided into five categories: Gene Therapy & Medical Treatments, Our Genetic Identity: The Human Genome, Genetic Research: Laboratory Technologies, Reshaping our Environment: Genetically Modified Organisms, and Our Future: Ethics & Predictions.