SEGD Fellow

Michael Reed

2001 Distinguished Member Award Honoree
2004-2009 SEGD Board Member
2005-2008 SEGD Board Education Chair
2016 Fellow Award

Michael Reed is the partner in charge of Mayer/Reed’s visual communications and product design group, which was established in 1977 to integrate visual communications into the built environment.

Michael Reed, Partner, Mayer/Reed, Portland, 2016 SEGD Fellow
Michael Reed Iron Gate in Portland Oregon.
Mayer/Reed
Portland, OR

Douglas Morris

SEGD President 2002-2003

As Co-founder, Design Director, and Principal of Poulin + Morris Inc., Douglas Morris has directed visual communications programs for clients including ABC News, Ann Taylor, Barnard College, The City University of New York, CNN, College of William & Mary, Columbia University and many more.

Headshot of Doug Morris, Partner in Poulin + Morris
Poulin + Morris
New York, NY

Sue Gould

2013 SEGD Fellow and President 1989-1990

Sue Gould is a designer, builder, historian, calligrapher, master connector, role model, mentor, and self-admitted “New York cheerleader.”

Sue Gould, President of Lebowitz | Gould | Design, Inc.
New York, NY

Patrick Gallagher

2012 SEGD Fellow and SEGD President 2000-2001

Patrick Gallagher, president and founder of the Washington, D.C.-based museum planning and exhibition design firm Gallagher & Associates, was named the 2012 SEGD Fellow, environmental graphic design’s highest professional honor.

Patrick Gallagher, Principal of Gallagher & Associates, Washington DC
Gallagher & Associates
Washington, DC

Jerome Cloud

2010 SEGD Fellow, Partner Cloud Gehshan Associates.  Virginia Gehshan and Jerome Cloud were the recipients of the prestigious SEGD Fellow Award in 2010. They have built their practice on intellectual rigor, systemic thinking, and a user-centered approach to information architecture.

Jerome Cloud headshot
Cloud Gehshan
Philadelphia

Virginia Gehshan

2010 SEGD Fellow, 1995 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1992-1993

Virginia Gehshan and Jerome Cloud were the recipients of the SEGD Fellow Award in 2010. They have built their practice on intellectual rigor, systemic thinking, and a user-centered approach to information architecture.

Virginia Gehshan, Partner, Cloud Gehshan Associates, Philadelphia, 2010 SEGD Fellow, SEGD President 1992-1993
Philadelphia, PA

David Gibson

2009 SEGD Fellow, 1996 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1991-1992

David Gibson is Co-Founder and Principal of Two Twelve. In 2019, David Gibson celebrates his fiftieth year as a designer.

David Gibson, Prinical Two Twelve design, New York City
Two Twelve
New York, NY

Ronald Shakespear

2008 SEGD Fellow

Ronald Shakespear was born in Rosario in 1941. He has been Chair Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and Past President of ADG. He founded Diseño Shakespear in Argentina 50 years ago and is now directed with his son Juan (DI Uba). Lorenzo, another son

Headshot of Ronald Shakespear, Desigño Shakespear, SEGD Fellow
Ronald Shakespear
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Garry Emery

2006 SEGD Fellow

Garry Emery is on the team not only because his name is on the door, but also because he represents the collective wisdom of the studio. Garry is known for his commitment to excellence, best business practices, and dedication to ideas and multi-disciplinary experiential design realized as outstanding persuasive communications.

Headshot of Garry Emery, emorystudio
Melbourne, Australia

Denise Scott Brown

2003 SEGD Fellow

Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, urban designer, theorist, writer and educator. She supports a broadening of architecture to include ideas on multiculturalism, social concern and activism, Pop Art, popular culture, the everyday landscape; symbolism, iconography and context.

Denise Scott Brown, Venturi Scott Brown and Associates
Philadelphia, PA

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