EDNA RUNSWICK TAYLOR FOYER
Center for Arts & Media East Entrance
South City Campus / Salt Lake Community College
November 17, 2022 – January 12, 2023
John Paul Brantly
SLCC VAD 2014 / Graphic Design
John Paul Brantly is a Graphic Designer and Art Director with almost 10 years experience in developing engaging and innovative digital, print, and branding for clients in a broad range of industries. John Paul graduated with an Associates degree from Salt Lake Community College, followed by a Bachelor’s degree from Utah State University. Paul currently works in advertising for The Many in Los Angeles, California.
John Paul’s team worked on a light brand refresh for Nestlé Toll House. A new color scheme, photographic approach, graphic library, and a unique custom typeface helps unify their presence in the digital space while conveying a heartwarming tone.
SLCC VAD 2020 / Graphic Communications
Melanie Bunch is originally from Oregon. She started in graphic design by apprenticing to her father at 17. Once she had 19 years of design experience under her belt, she chose to earn her college degree to help further her career. She currently works as the Graphic Artist for Ruff Tuff Products, LLC of West Valley, Utah.
In 2021 Ruff Tuff Products wanted a brand anthem for the company. As part of a 3-person team, Melanie provided significant design input that shaped the final look of the short film. Through this team’s effort, the short won a Bronze Telly Award in the category of Online Commercial.
SLCC VAD 2021 / Graphic Design / Graphic Communications
Saul Flores is a Utah-based Creative Director and Photographer. Saul draws much of his interest from architecture and design. His passion to create helps push his outlook and reflects something far greater as he seeks to explore the extraordinary in the ordinary, with the drive to pick up the camera can capture the world at a given moment.
In our daily lives, we are surrounded by architecture, nature, and the creation of works of art. Saul has taken a drone photo of the Alpine Loop and the historic SLC City Hall building illustrating the process from RAW to final edits, incorporating visual elements from the Schematic Design phase in architectural design.
SLCC VAD 2011 / Graphic Design
Elisha Frey, after SLCC, spent time in the trenches as a Graphic Designer. In 2014 she earned a Master’s Degree in User Experience Design, and is now a Senior User Experience Researcher for CHG Healthcare. When she’s not working, she can be found on the mat at a local Jiu Jitsu gym, or hanging out on her patio with her husband and two pitbulls.
This project focuses on one of Elisha’s favorite User Experience Research techniques – Affinity Mapping. Here, she explains the flow of how to create an Affinity Map in an easy to understand and visually appealing format.
SLCC VAD 2001 / Graphic Design
Kylie Gillette has worked as a freelance Graphic Designer since 2001 creating brand work, invitations, and marketing content while also taking care of her family. Kylie fell in love with the intricacies of surface pattern design and has found it fulfilling to create her own patterns on custom products. She works under the name Cloud Eight Design, licensing art, and selling merch.
Kylie shares her process of creating a seamless pattern collection for product design from rough sketches, down to the final printed product. This piece shows the attention to detail, color palettes, and thoughtfulness that goes into designing a product collection.
SLCC VAD 2017 / Graphic Design
Jennifer Terry is a SLC, Utah graphic designer and artist who enjoys spending time with her husband and two pups. She is the Production Manager at Salt Lake Magazine, as well as a freelance Graphic Designer specializing in layout design. In her free time Jennifer works on illustrations she sells in her Etsy shop, Jenonfire Design.
Jennifer’s project is a zine titled “Left Handed-Thoughts.” Being a left-handed deviant herself, she created this zine to explore the oft times tenuous relationship between left-handed people living in a right-handed world. Jennifer uses experience and skill, research, fun design, and humor to talk about being left handed.
SLCC VAD 2020 / Graphic Design
Jenna Warby at age 16 joined Real Salt Lake’s Marketing Department as a Graphic Designer and youngest member. Fast-forward to today and she now serves a plethora of brands and start-ups as the Principal Designer of her own business, as well as working as Design Partner at a branding firm in Barcelona.
At Academy Mortgage, Jenna has been at the helm of bettering representation, diversity, and inclusion through design. After 8 months of research, the Life-Changing Experiences campaign was developed to better fit the story of the new generation of home-buyers. This campaign is in the process of going live.
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