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Adam Martin

Adam Martin is the Chief Digital Officer at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. 

Adam Martin is the Chief Digital Officer at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C.
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Washington, D.C.

Classic Glass, Inc.

Serving the architectural design industry since 1981, Classic Glass has established itself as the leading decorative glass studio in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Our experienced designers and craftsmen blend artistry with technology to create innovative architectural glass and strikingly beautiful commissioned works of custom decorative art glass.

Jarrett Smith

Jarrett Smith is the Curator at the United Stated Navy Memorial in Washington, DC.

Jarrett Smith is a public historian who researches, communicates, and presents on topics in the field of humanities to inspire mature critical thinking about heritage and culture.

Jarrett Smith is the Curator at the United Stated Navy Memorial in Washington, DC.
The United States Navy Memorial
Washington, DC

Patricia Hord

Patricia Hord is the Fonder and Creative Director at Patricia Hord Graphik Design in Washington, DC.

Patricia Hord Graphik Design (PHGD) is a multi-disciplinary design firm dedicated to effective branding, corporate communications, graphics, signage design and wayfinding. We place emphasis on communication, dedication to design and a responsibility to our client.

Patricia Hord is the Fonder and Creative Director at Patricia Hord Graphik Design in Washington, DC
Patricia Hord Graphik Design
Washington, DC

Isabella Bruno

Isabella Bruno is an experience designer, primarily working in environmental graphics and space. Her background in dance (Bachelors in Dance from Alvin Ailey / Fordham University), architecture, and performance led her to pursue a Masters in Exhibition Design at FIT. Her design practice is particularly focused on acknowledging the power of place and encouraging risk and recovery in design processes. She is guided by the belief that museums are services on offer to the public and should be designed for staff and visitor well-being in order to guarantee their perpetuity.

Isabella Bruno
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Washington DC

Rebecca Looney

Rebecca Looney is the Deputy Director of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund in Washington, DC.

Rebecca Looney is the content developer for the Facility exhibits. She joined the Fund in 2012; working with law enforcement professionals, content experts, and educators, she has developed the story lines of the exhibits and helped to determine their form alongside the designers.

Ms. Looney was part of the original team from Christopher Chadbourne and Associates that developed the exhibit designs for the Facility.

Rebecca Looney is the Deputy Director of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund in Washington, DC
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Washington, DC

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