In addition an exemplary wayfinding program (see full agenda)catered to the largest cross-section of wayfinding professionals at a wayfinding-centric locale (read: Hilton Boston Logan Airport), we’re proud to feature three SEGD Fellows who will headline this year’s SEGD Wayfindingevent, August 17–18 in Boston.
David Gibson, FSEGD
2009 SEGD Fellow, 1996 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1991-1992
As Two Twelve's founding partner, David Gibson fostered the firm's strength in environmental graphics and has long been an advocate for using good design for the benefit of the common good.
David is responsible for some of the firm’s highest profile projects, including wayfinding and signage design for the Yale University campus and Radio City Music Hall; master planning and environmental graphic design for Children’s Hospital Boston and Massachusetts General Hospital; identity design and pedestrian signage systems for the City of Charlotte, North Carolina and Downtown Brooklyn; and signage for Severance Hall, home of the Cleveland Orchestra. He has led more recent projects for The Alexandria Center for Life Science on Manhattan’s east side, Princeton University, and The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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Richard Poulin, FSEGD
2005 SEGD Fellow
As Co-Founder, Design Director, and Principal of Poulin + Morris Inc., Richard Poulin has directed visual communications programs for clients including Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum, Carnegie Hall, William J. Clinton Presidential Foundation, Columbia University, Lycée Français de New York, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, MGM Mirage, Morgan Stanley, The New York Public Library, Novo Nordisk, NPR, Renaissance Hotels and Resorts, Smithsonian Institution, Syracuse University College of Law, W Hotels and Resorts, and Yale University.
Richard Poulin's work has been published in periodicals and books worldwide, is in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress and has received awards from leading design associations and award programs.
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Clifford Selbert, FSEGD
2011 SEGD Fellow
Educated as a Landscape Architect at the Rhode Island School of Design and expanding his talents to encompass graphic design, product design, and environmental communications, Clifford Selbert has successfully developed a multidisciplinary approach to design and strategic marketing-based design process, branding him a reputation for design excellence.
Clifford Selbert's conceptual intuitiveness to design solutions and strategic approach to brand equity development is illustrated by such projects as the identity, master plan, environmental graphics and gateway for Los Angeles World Airports(LAX); master plan, signage and wayfinding, and gateways for Dubai Festival City; identity, master plan and environmental communications for Canal City Hakata; and environmental communications for the Fourth Street Live! retail and entertainment destination in Downtown Louisville, KY; as well as numerous retail, education, and mixed use projects around the world.
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Don’t miss out on hearing from these leaders in experiential graphic design at the 2017 SEGD Wayfindingevent, August 17–18 in Boston. Register now!