Jessica Finch is a Principal at Selbert Perkins Designwhere she oversees wayfinding, placemaking, and branded environment projects. She has over 18 years’ experience working on multi-faceted projects in collaboration with architects and owners. She is passionate about forging unlikely partnerships and developing concepts that engage communities.
Leading our Environmental Design Group, Samantha Turnock Mendiola’s design portfolio includes higher education, museums, academic and public libraries, corporate workplaces, healthcare, customer experience environments, and experiential design. Through her understanding of brand, placemaking, architectural, and graphic design, Samantha develops innovative and exciting ways to deliver beautiful environments designed with a sense of purpose, discovery, and clarity.
Wesley leads the wayfinding design team at f.r.a., one of the UK’s leading wayfinding studios. He has over 18 years experience delivering wayfinding, place branding and branding projects globally including the UK, Europe, US, Middle East and Asia.
Previously to joining f.r.a. in 2018, Wesley worked at global architectural design practice Gensler.
Volunteer Activities - Wesley is also an active member of the Sign Design Society in the UK.
Welch Sign’s top priority is to support brand identity and enhance the overall user experience within the built environment. Our well proven track record in planning and design facilitation, coupled with excellence in project management, fabrication and installation has earned us recognition as leaders in architectural wayfinding, donor recognition, branding and placemaking.
Hi! My name is Mizuho Gonzalez and I'm from Santiago, Chile. I'm a senior student at the Design BA program at Cal State Long Beach. I'm passionate about sustainability, my main focus is on developing ideas to create spaces that bring communities together where humans can interact without causing any harm to the environment.
Where in the world would you like to work? Everywhere! I'm not picky... I love exploring new places.
Yunni Yang is currently attending the Fashion Institute of Technology as a part of an Exhibition and Experience Design pursuing a Master of Arts degree. She is interested in the Exhibition and Experiential design that provides storytelling to the people in the physical space.
Mustafa Ecer moved to Brooklyn in 2014 and earned his undergraduate degree with a major in Interior Design and minor in Performance Studies from Pratt Institute. Ecer graduated with honors, achieving outstanding merit and Academic Excellence Awards.