Andrea Cobb graduated with a BFA in illustration from the Parsons School of Design in New York. Andrea has received recognition and awards from The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, The Beverage Packaging Global Design Awards, Print
, and AIGA. Andrea has been featured in interviews for Digital Creative Arts, SBS Digital Design, and Dynamic Graphics
magazine. The list of clients she has had the pleasure of working with is long, including Chronicle Books, Kleenex, Toyota, the New York Times
, and many others. She has created illustrations for editorials, books, products, textiles, album covers, advertisements, logos, greeting cards, and the web. She loves Vincent Van Gogh, metaphysics, the forest, all things galactic, and the color red.
David Vogin grew up in the Philadelphia area and attended the University of Maryland, earning a BS in advertising communications. After graduating, David set off on a path as both a designer/art director and illustrator, finding success in both endeavors. Throughout the last twenty years, David has focused on art direction and print design in the areas of corporate collateral, packaging, and publication design. David's illustration work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators (Silver Medal Winner), American Illustration
, and Communication Arts
. His work has also been featured in Computer Arts
When Ryan was a kid, he spent a lot of time in the basement watching his dad work. Standing on his tiptoes, he’d watch him create intricate and detailed glass etchings in everyday objects. As he got older, he also began to create beauty out of nothing, armed with just an idea. This is why Ryan believes that all great design starts with an idea: ideas that engage people’s minds and provoke interaction. For Ryan, great work is not just the final piece. It’s the entire collaborative process that leads to the final product. Ryan is a motivated designer who thrives on innovative designs and high pressure, fast-paced environments.
Harry Giglio Productions
Harry Giglio's incomparable, award-winning imagery has appeared in countless national and international forums. A graduate from Carnegie-Mellon University with a fine arts degree, Harry says, "Whatever I am shooting, I strive to create images that tell stories in ways that have never been done before, to see things as they are usually not seen. That is always the challenge, that is always the reward. While still photography is a mainstay, recent projects have included video assignments in multiple cities that focused on unique career stories and profiles of accomplished professionals. Video shoots such as these are often packaged to offer clients an array of still photos, as well. The settings for these shoots can be demanding. I have shot in the heart of San Francisco and in the middle of a swamp, all in the same day."