Recreation

Danny Shervington

Danny Shervington is an architect by education but an environmental graphic designer by career choice. Even though designing buildings was always a dream of his, the graphic nature of immersive environments became his focus, which led him to become an environmental graphic designer. 

Danny Shervington, Workshop Design
Workshop Design
Kansas City

Alex Dale

Alex Dale is a senior wayfinding designer with Populous, a sports-architecture firm, based out of the firm’s London office.

He is an expert in how people interact with and use places who designs sign systems that interface between people and the uses of space, making places useful, usable and enjoyable.

Alex Dale, Populous
Populous (Activate Studio)
London

Gavin Boorman

Gavin Boorman is a young and energetic graphic designer for Populous Activate who brings a multi-disciplinary, creative approach.

Graduating from the University of the West of England, Bristol, in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design, Gavin Boorman was notably awarded membership to the International Society of Typographic Designers.

Gavin Boorman, Populous
Populous (Activate Studio)
London

Samantha Maurer

Samantha Maurer is a graphic designer at Swath Design in Cincinnati, Ohio and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Mount St. Joseph.  She has previously worked as a graphic designer/web administrator/event manager for two non-profit groups in the Cincinnati area. “Working for non-profits was an amazing and meaningful job, but a career in graphic design is my calling; needless to say I’m ecstatic to be part of this talented and creative group at Swath!”

Samantha Maurer, Swath Design
Swath Design
Cincinnati

PlainJoe Studios

We are spatial storytellers.

Influenced heavily by our co-founder and chief creative principal's time at Disney—PlainJoe Studios has learned the art, craft, and science of  telling stories in space.

PlainJoe Studios is a collection of artists, architects, creatives, strategists and problem solvers that know how to design physical environments, interactive experiences and brand identities that connect stories and generate value for companies and causes around the world.

Heather Testa

Heather Testa is a co-chair of the St. Louis Chapter

Heather Testa has over 31 years of experience working in the graphic, industrial, and environmental design fields. In 1997, she founded Ten8 Group with a vision of creating a company which would focus on using design to solve problems and build brand identities in a three-dimensional space.

Heather Testa, Principal, Ten8 Group, St. Louis MO
Ten8 Group
St. Louis, MO

Kyle Bañuelos

Kyle Bañuelos is Co-Founder and CEO of dotdotdash - a Portland-based creative technology and production studio specialized in the ideation, design, & realization of cutting-edge experiences.

A multidisciplinary team of designers, media artists and engineers, dotdotdash's events, permanent installations and integrated campaign experiences have thrived within within major theme parks, premier hospitality destinations, NBA All Star, Super Bowl, and festivals including Art Basel, Lollapalooza and SXSW.

Kyle Bañuelos, dotdotdash
dotdotdash
Portland

Isabelle Cabrera

Isabelle Cabrera is a Senior Documentation Designer at DotDash in Queensland, Australia.

Isabelle Cabrera has over ten years of experience working in architecture and wayfinding. She has spent most of her design career working in the Middle East on large scale wayfinding projects in the UAE, Jeddah, Kuwait and Qatar, most notably the Mohammed bin Rashid City District 1 and King Faisal Hospital & Akoya by Damac.

Isabella Cabrera
dotdash
Mandaue City, Philippines

D3 LED

D3 LED, LLC (D3) is a global technology company that designs, engineers and manufactures turnkey LED digital display and lighting solutions. As a total solutions provider, our expertise is recognized across a worldwide portfolio of projects developed for the advertising, architecture, entertainment, gaming, retail, sports and transportation markets.

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