Manuel Cordero

Eric Anderson

Andrea Cacase

Alexandra Tilden

Atlas Alvarado Estrada

Bryan Molloy

Bryan is a graphic designer & illustrator, with a primary focus on merchandise, print & brand identity

Elliot Keeler

Minkyoung Kim

Emily Lindberg

Matt McInerney

Shannon Colón

Ian Alden Russell

Alex Defreitas

Caleb Oller

Anther Kiley

Elizabeth Leeper

Teagan Lehrmann

June Shin

Kristin DiVona

Raghda Maaliki

Chantal Birdsong

Tristan Rodman

Michael Grugl

Jan De Wilde

Danikqwa Rambert

Catherine Schmidt

Jay Marol

Kay Belardinelli

James Lavine

Victoria Lavine

Ari Kalinowski

Jake Camara

Michelle Bowers

Josh Silverman

Jeff Chapin

Kristin Silva

Hanaan Rosenthal

Carter Blackwell

Renee Walker

Dylan Fracareta

Greg Nemes

Anastasia Congdon

Morgan Schwartz

Derek Schusterbauer

Rachel Hulin

Micah Barrett

Micah Barrett is a graphic designer working in Providence Rhode Island, constantly examining the meeting place of printed matter, digital distribution and physical space. Micah’s design practice consists of posters, websites, motion graphics and other manifestations of visual identities.

A recent interest in type design has lead to a dream of designing a typeface that will one day be used on NFL jerseys (preferably the Seattle Seahawks).

Markus Berger

Markus Berger is an Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Interior Architecture at RISD. Prior to coming to the US he practiced as an artist and architect, taught in Austria, India, Pakistan and worked with UN Studio in the Netherlands. He co-founded and co-edits Int|AR, the journal on Interventions and Adaptive Reuse, and currently also heads his own design firm in Providence, InsideOut Design.

Benjamin Shaykin

Benjamin Shaykin is a Providence-based designer and educator, specializing in book design and other printed matter. He received his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, and his BA in Studio Art & Art History from Oberlin College in 1995.

Since 2004, he has maintained his own freelance practice, working primarily with publishers, museums, and arts organizations. His work has been featured in the New Yorker, and recognized by the Type Director’s Club, AIGA’s Best of New England (BoNE) Show, Print’s Regional Design Annual, Communication Arts, Readerville’s Most Coveted Covers, and the Society of Publication Designers.

Previously, he was a designer and art director at both Chronicle Books and Mother Jones magazine. From 1995–2001, he was the founding creative director of the independent magazine Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture.

He is a critic at RISD, teaching courses in typography and graphic design.

Sarah Verity

Sarah Rainwater

Sarah Rainwater is the Founder and Creative Director Sarah Rainwater Design, an award-winning branding and graphic design agency in Providence, Rhode Island. From a logo or website to a multi-platform campaign, she combines identity, environmental design, print, interactive, and animation to create work that is exciting, engaging, and cohesive across diverse media. Her clients include educational and cultural institutions and innovative companies, startups, nonprofits, and individuals.

Before founding the company, Sarah was a designer and art director in New York and Los Angeles where she worked on projects for the Guggenheim Museum, Sony, Four Seasons, Paramount Pictures, Time Warner, Reebok, and Honda among many others. Her background in fine art and extensive experience gives her a deep understanding of art, technology, and design that makes her perspective distinct yet accessible.

Elaine Dunlap

Elaine’s design practice centers on the practical needs and expressive potential of people. She helps clients in business, education and the arts to create experiences that are uplifted and useful.

Before focusing on a full time design practice, Elaine was a research coordinator in the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

Currently a UX designer for Say Media.

Helen Lee

Julie Fry

Julie is a former member of The Design Office, and can be reached on her website at

Jeremy Mickel

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Rebecca Macri

Jori Ketten

Jori is a founder of 186 Carpenter, a storefront and office space that presents arts programming and current events. She also directs the Media Lab at Community MusicWorks, helps young people reflect on their learning through photography and video projects, co-coordinates Providence Provision and the Providence HONK Festival and started workers’ rights site When she’s not doing any of these things, Jori can be found making prints on a letterpress or playing bass drum in the What Cheer? Brigade, a 19-piece brass/punk band.