Director of Experiential Design
Stephanie believes that graphic design represents the intersection of business and art. Her mission as Art Director at MGA&D is to successfully communicate information and inspire individuals through graphic design. She brings close to 10 years of knowledge to her role, including print and advertising design, exhibition, signage and branding experience. Her exhibition design for The Franklin Institute was featured in the New York Times and won an excellence in exhibitions award from the American Alliance of Museums. Having learned the joy of solving problems creatively at Drexel University, Stephanie embraces MGA&D’s integrated design philosophy, believing that good design is human-centric. She collaborates with architects, interior, and product designers and enjoys watching the creative expression evolve into a successful solution.
"Graphic design transcends mediums. Whether in the built environment or on a printed page, it creates an emotional connection with the user."