For the past decade, Greg Bennett has been catching the eyes of consumers and audiences with his imaginative and striking visual executions. Greg creates distinct, thought provoking visual solutions for corporate, cultural and entrepreneurial clients worldwide. His work cultivates loyal relationships and helps audiences make well-informed decisions. He believes good design positively enriches and clearly defines products, services and brands in memorable ways. Greg's ability to look beyond the obvious and adapt with relevant methods and technologies ensures that every project he creates is a stand-out in an ever-changing world.
Greg's work has been recognized for creative excellence by the Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, Graphis, AIGA, Print, HOW Design, UCDA, Gestalten Publishers, Rockport Publishers, HarperCollins Publishers, Quayside Publishing, Adweek, The American Advertising Federation and many more. Greg was deemed fresh by Communication Arts on June 7th, 2010. His work has been exhibited in Milan, Moscow and various cities throughout the United States.
Chris Crisman is a commercial photographer specializing in environmental portraiture. He was born and raised in Titusville, Pennsylvania, the town that gave birth to the oil industry, and Small Town America and its inhabitants continue to be a point of inspiration. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, American Photography, and PDN, among others.
The contrary notions of darkness and light and the ever-present existence of the two drives Los Angeles based illustrator, Hannah Stouffer, to explore the greatest struggle that we endure, our own imminent contrasts. Facing the inevitable oppositions between love, lust and gore, decadence, wrath and fate, Stouffer’s work is an opulent, elegant and beautifully intricate mixture of decoration, nostalgic animalia and emotion. Her densely packed compositions consciously recall classical and current attractions, creating cohesively opposing arrays of imagery and embellishment. She focuses on the contrasts that exist and occur within each destined plan, and merges them together with a high regard for balance and rich, repetitive adornment.
Joel Szymanski is originally from Long Island, NY and resides in Brooklyn. He currently works as an Art Director and Designer for LBi.
Past experience includes Huge Inc., Big Spaceship, Juxt Interactive, as well as Time Warner AOL Entertainment where he has worked with a variety of clients large and small.
Projects he has participated in have been recognized and published by: The One Show, The FWA Awards, Flash Forward, FITC, Cannes Cyber Lion Awards, How Magazine, Step Magazine and Taschen Publishing.
Jaime Zollars paints pictures of imaginary people and places far away. She has created illustrations for children’s books, magazines, newspapers, and ad campaigns. Her clients include United Airlines, The American Red Cross, Scholastic, Clarion Books, Marshall Cavendish, Tricycle Press, and the L.A. Weekly. She also creates paintings for galleries, including Copro Nason, Gallery Nucleus, and Black Maria.
Jaime’s art has been recognized by a bunch of great publications and societies, including Taschen’s Illustration Now, American Illustration, Communication Arts, 3x3, Spectrum, Curvy Australia, Design Taxi, XFuns Taipei, DPI Taiwan, BBC’s Culture Shock, Small Magazine, the SI-LA, and the SCBWI.
Jaime lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland, and enjoys teaching talented future illustrators at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has a B.A. in Photography from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and a B.F.A in Illustration with distinction from The Art Center College of Design.
Jaime is inspired by fairy tales and Flemish painters, traveling to new places, old paper, found textures, and flea market photographs. When she isn’t painting for commercial clients or gallery walls, you’ll probably find her making mechanical paper toys, reading up on North Korea, or trying to outwit her two-year-old boy.