Lehigh Valley Addy Awards — Gold Award Winners Lindsay Trzaska and Logan Burke,
Track It (Fitbit) - from Advertising Senior Seminar: Consumer Product Advertising
Lehigh Valley Addy Awards — Gold Award Winner Cara Udicious
“Shanemeh” illustration – research project for Historical Survey of Graphic Design, A will be viewable online
Graphis New Talent Annual Merit — Elham Ataeiazar
“Addictive Screens” - health issue billboard assignment, will be viewable online in Creative Quarterly Issue #42
Creative Quarterly Runner-up Malia Balas
“Reflections” - fashion advertisement, will be viewable online in Creative Quarterly Issue #42
Creative Quarterly Runner-up Michael Oxendine
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Greg Christman is a designer, illustrator, typographer, husband, dad and cat blogger. He is currently writing this bio in the third person. Since 2007, he’s worked on Ferrari, Sailor Jerry Rum, Prince Tennis, Versus TV, ECCO Shoes, Tullamore Dew Whiskey, Hendricks Gin, The Philadelphia Eagles, countless bands, AAA, Mars Drinks, New Balance, Spike TV, US Open, and a ton more that he can't remember because his wife isn't here to remind him. His cat blog has been featured on Comedy Central’s Adult Swim, BBC Comedy, and tweeted by countless celebrities. His design career is jealous of his cat blog.
Hi. I’m Jeremy Gilberto. I’ve given a good part of myself to advertising (not just time it takes its toll). I graduated in 2010 and have since lived in two cities, been employed by two agencies and have had two very different experiences. In the past four years I’ve worked on about every type of client you can imagine, from those that will probably kill you, to ones that are used to clean you.
When I’m not busy pushing pixels and making ads I’m busy pushing a stroller and being a dad. Occasionally, I’ll take a break from advertising and use my creative eye to take the cutest darn baby pictures I can. When I grow up I’d like to be an astronaut, but I probably should have made that decision earlier on in my life. Check me out here, (sorry, severely in need of an update) jgilberto.com.
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