Sarah Riedlinger is a graduating designer from Kent State University with a celebrity crush on Ewan McGregor. She, therefore, has no qualms with the “Star Wars” prequels and knows all the songs in Moulin Rouge.
Holmes Studio is the design company established by Creative Director Lucy Holmes in 2019. It continues and broadens the reputation in branded environment and information graphics established by her work at Holmes Wood, which she co-founded in 2000.
Lucy trained at the Rhode Island School of Design in the USA and spent her formative years in the design business working at Pentagram, the world’s leading independent design company.
Jen Young is a Design Intern at KNOCK Inc. in the Greater Minneapolis-St.Paul Area.
Jen Young can best be described as a designer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota who believes in the power of empathy and storytelling within design. Her focuses in design are creating visual messages through illustrations, typography, branding, photography, and packaging. When Jen is not designing, her other interests are traveling, reading, sustainability, and expanding her perspectives on the world.
Reed Burgoyne is a Senior Graphic Designer at Johnson & Johnson in the Greater New York City Area.
Reed Burgoyne is a New York based graphic designer and printmaker. His goal is to create the most direct, and visually striking design by using an aesthetic based on bold color and typography. Reed Burgoyne received his BA from the Cooper Union in 2005 and has since had the opportunity to work at Pentagram Design with Paula Scher, The Museum of Modern Art and MTV.
Jonathan Jackson is a Partner at WSDIA | WeShouldDoItAll in Brooklyn, New York.
Jonathan Jackson, a founding partner of WSDIA | WeShouldDoItAll graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Architecture. Prior to founding WSDIA in 2004, he worked for architects Studio Archea in Italy, Archi-Tectonics and Lindy Roy in NYC. He served 2 years on the AIGA/NY board of directors and as visiting critic at Columbia University GSAPP, Pratt University, Rhode Island School of Design, and Ecole Superieure en Visual Merchandising Design in Switzerland.
Caroline Skarupa is a past design student at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta.
Caroline Skarupa has worked at the Children's Trust of South Carolina, Columbia, Chernoff Newman and CGS Administrators.
Color, type and layout are among Caroline's many design strengths.
Caroline Skarupa studied Advertising at the University of South Carolina - Columbia before going to the Portfolio Center to study Graphic Design from 2015-17. During her time at the Portfolio Center, Caroline participated in a live project with Sesame Street and a Carbone Smolan workshop.