Daniele DiPasquale is a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology studying Visual Media, a unique major within the photography department that has allowed her to create her own educational path. She is taking a combination of graphic design, print and media technology, marketing, and photography classes to immerse herself in the disciplines of many artistic mediums. She has also attained a minor in Visual Culture which will allow her to contribute to a broader conversation of art and its influence on culture. Outside of class, Daniele's experience working in the Cary Rare Book Library & Graphic Arts Collection has allowed her to expand her talent in art direction by managing a creative team while meeting client needs and deadlines to produce promotional art for the Collection's fall 2016 exhibit, Shakespeare in Fine Press. Daniele will be graduating Cum Laude in May of 2017.
Julie Campbell | Design Director
Julie is driven by positivity and creative passion. She lives her life with authenticity and encourages anyone and everyone to do the same. Her optimistic attitude has her dreaming big, and then dreaming evenbigger. Her roots are in Mansfield, Massachusetts, but she studies Graphic Design with a minor in Marketing and an immersion in Advertising and Public Relations at Rochester Institute of Technology. Bright colors and humor are her bread and butter, with interests ranging from cut paper to web design and everything in-between. Her quirky style is in direct correlation with her love of thrift shopping. She appreciates every sunset, cloud, and shadow. The simplest things bring her joy, which is why there are a million and one reasons Julie keeps smiling.
Hanna is an aspiring editorial designer who finds beauty in simplicity and exquisite details. She has lived in many places, eventually settling in the small town of Warsaw, New York before moving on to study Graphic Design at The School of Design at RIT with an immersion in Visual Culture. It was in the small town that her love of magazines flourished, that being her main source of inspiration and window to the outside world. Her desire to work at magazine is what drove her to become a graphic designer. Her friends say that the walls of her apartment are arranged like editorial spreads. She has a ever growing collection of plants, books, and printed materials. She is obsessed with fashion and is an avid coffee enthusiast who enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling whenever the opportunity arises.
Eliza is a fourth year graphic design major and a multidisciplinary designer using visual communication and user experience design to create solutions that enhance human interaction. Illustration, some motion and serious attention to detail are also a big part of Eliza's design process. You can find her drawing little people crawling into holes and hand poking them on her friends.
Dasha is a third year Graphic Design student, who although fluent in both Russian and English seeks ways to communicate without the need of words. Life experiences and lifelong hobbies have a profound influence on her decision to study design. She strives to create meaningful design and to further evolve in very diverse and unique environments. Dasha hordes memories and all things art and design.
Kevin is a student at Rochester Institute of Technology majoring in Design. When not slaving over a hot laptop creating the highest quality design, he is usually watching a movie that's either black and white, with subtitles, or both. Self proclaimed fan of art and nationally awarded caffeine addict, Kevin is happiest working on some new animation or website while an angry political podcast plays in the background.
Eliana is a junior in the Graphic Design program at RIT. Her passion for design thinking is guided by her interests in human interactions and thinking. Her minor in Bio Politics, a subtopic under Political Science, gives her a background in understanding how we think, view topics, and interact with each other. Eliana has been a member of Signatures since her sophomore year and loves the opportunities it gives her in curation, collaboration, and editorial design. She has her hands in many organizations on campus, all of which give her unique experiences guided by her passion for knowledge.