Washington DC

Chloe Alexander

Chloe Alexander is a first year graduate student at the Corcoran School of Design at George Washington University pursuing a Master degree in Exhibition Design. She is originally from Seattle, Washington, and her goals while living in D.C. are to make as many social and professional contacts as possible, while submerging herself in the cultural, political, and historical environment of the city.

Chloe Alexander, Corcoran School of Art + Design
Corcoran College of Art + Design
Seattle

Kyle Andreas

Kyle Andreas is an Exhibition Design master's degree candidate at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  He obtain his bachelors degree in Theatre: Design and Technology at the Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.

Kyle Andreas remains active in theatre design, primarily with scenic design, but he is using his past experience lighting the exhibits at the Corcoran Gallery at George Washington University.  He hopes to be to combine both degrees to become a well versed experiential designer. 

Kyle Andreas, George Washington University
George Washington University
Washington D.C.

TCA Architects

The Graphic Design Studio at TCA Architects delivers comprehensive visual communications programs to help our clients articulate their distinctive, branded identity from print to web to environmental graphics and signage. TCA Graphic Design Studio delivers a cohesive and comprehensive marketing package for the built environment.

The studio’s process is built upon a strategic and collaborative process, engaging the TCA creative team and our clients to develop viable solutions that are as memorable and aesthetically successful as the communities they represent.

Nicole Souza

Nicole Souza is a second year Masters student in the Museum Studies program at George Washington University specializing in exhibition development and design.  Originally from California, Nicole received her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2014.

George Washington University
Washington D.C.

Lee Weaver

Lee Weaver is an exhibit designer at the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens, a museum created from the Marjorie Merriweather Post estate. He completed a Master of Arts degree in Exhibition Design from the Corcoran College of Art + Design at George Washington University. Designing exhibitions for private and public sector clientele, locally and internationally, has enabled him to consistently produce a wide range of creative solutions.

Lee Weaver, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
Washington D.C.

Janette Shew

Janette Shew is a specialist in user experience design, strategy, and research, and business systems analysis. Her project domains include health and wellness, insurance, transportation, and entertainment.

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Washington D.C.

J Michael Fetters

Michael Fetters is a senior marketing professional with demonstrated skill and success in brand-building and brand-management, strategic planning, advertising, promotions, sales, research and media relations. He possesses specialized experience in museum and travel/tourism marketing, gained while working at institutions large and small. He is currently Director of Sales & Marketing with Quatrefoil Associates, a firm that develops custom immersive exhibitions and experiences for museums and corporations.

J Michaeld Fetters, Quatrefoil Associates
Quatrefoil Associates
Washington D.C.

Greg Koch

Greg Koch is an environmental graphic designer at Cannon Design, an integrated global design firm that unites a dynamic team driven by a singular goal — to help solve our clients’ and society’s greatest challenges. Greg received a Bachelor of Science in Design, Graphic Design from University of Cincinnati.

Greg Koch, Cannon Design
CannonDesign
Washington D.C.

Sharon Aaronson

Sharon Aaronson is an Environmental Graphic Designer

She directs both the creative and administrative functions for her own private studio, Aaronson Design, as well as more recently for CallisonRTKL. Sharon Aaronson's accomplishments include project management of print, environmental graphic design, with an overlap into architecture and interior design on occasion.

Sharon Aaronson, designer at RTKL
CallisonRTKL
Washington D.C.

Stephen Platenberg

Stephen Platenberg is a principal and creative director at Cortina Productions. He provides creative media design, technical knowledge and problem solving leadership to develop and deliver emotional and experiential media experiences. Building upon Joseph Cortina’s sports broadcast background, Stephen has made Cortina Productions the “go to” media company for sports-related visitor venues and halls of fame.

Stephen Platenberg, Cortina Productions
Cortina Productions
Washington, DC

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