SEGD Fellow

Roger Whitehouse

1994 SEGD Fellow

Roger Whitehouse, FSEGD, ARIBA, AADipl, was trained as an architect in England before coming to the United States in 1967. He formed Whitehouse & Company in 1976. His environmental graphic design projects include the High Museum in Atlanta, Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Conde Nast building, and three subway entrances in New York's Times Square.

Roger Whitehouse, W and Co

Ann Dudrow

1993 SEGD Fellow

Ann Dudrow received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design with a major in Illustration. After an influential year in Rome, she migrated to New York and Baltimore, finally landing in California.

Ann Dudrow
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Lance Wyman

1992 SEGD Fellow.

Lance Wyman is considered to be one of the most influential graphic designers of our time, and is credited with helping to define the field of environmental graphic design. He founded Lance Wyman Ltd. in 1979 and has focused his work primarily on branding/wayfinding systems for public environments.

Lance Wyman, SEGD
Lance Wyman's Sketchbook
Lance Wyman Ltd.
New York, NY

Deborah Sussman

1991 SEGD Fellow
Deborah Sussman 1931 - 2014

Deborah Sussman is recognized as a pioneer in environmental graphic design. She is internationally renowned for creating arresting visual imagery and designing its highly imaginative applications for architectural and public spaces. Her passion for the marriage of graphics and the built environment, fueled by her early career at the Eames Office, has led to collaborations with planners, architects, and clients.

Deborah Susman
Gold Arrow Award, SEGD Fellow, Deborah Sussman, SP&Co., Exhibition

John Berry

1990 SEGD Fellow and SEGD President 1975-1977

John Berry and Rich Burns were the original founders of SEGD along with original member Jim Glass.

John has over forty four years of professional design experiences.

John Berry, Grand Valley, GRand Rapids, Michigan, Design West Michigan, SEGD Founder, 1990 SEGDS Fellow, SEGD President 1975-76
Grand Rapids, West Michigan

Paul Arthur

1988 SEGD Fellow

Paul Arthur (1924–2001) was surely the most important Canadian designer never to have any actual design education. Born in 1924, he graduated from the University of Toronto in English literature.

Headshot of Paul Arthur, SEGD Fellow

Jim Glass

SEGD Founder, Past President from 1986-1987 and a 1987 SEGD Fellow

James Lafferty Glass, a founder of SEGD and the Kelvin Group creative community in Houston, died April 15, 2010 of heart and diabetes complications.

Glass was one of the three designers who met on July 3, 1973, to compare notes on the growing importance of “architectural signage,” and ultimately created a new field of design.

Jim Glass

Rich Burns

1987 SEGD Fellow and Past President 1979-1986

Richard guided the growth of the GNU Group through its first two decades. He now serves as a senior adviser and project participant in brand development, marketing strategy and design.

Rich Burns, Founder, GNU Group, 1987 SEGD Fellow, SEGD President 1979-1986
GNU Group
San Francisco

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