Heather brings wide-ranging experience in the graphic, industrial, and experiential design fields. She founded Ten8 Group in 1997 with a vision of creating focus on using design to solve problems and build brand identities in three-dimensional space. Heather has a personal commitment to improving lives through thoughtful, intelligent design and builds upon team member's skills to provide creative and exciting solutions for clients. Her strengths lie in idea harvesting and sketch prototyping, as well as database creation to inform her design. Each database is used to automatically generate numerous reports including photo summaries, cost estimates, bid forms and comparisons, and process planning. She brings an engaging design perspective to a variety of environmental and interpretive graphics that go beyond simply presenting information to captivate and engage audience attention. Heather graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design and is a founding member of the St. Louis chapter of SEGD/The Society for Experiential Graphic Designers. When she's not biking the trails, she's creating hanging tree pods from recycled materials!
Scott is an educator, creative director, and graphic designer with extensive experience managing and designing large-scale brand identity related projects. He's worked for Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, and small start ups for clients, including Ameren Corporation, Caleres, The Salvation Army, and Washington University in St. Louis. Scott's expertise ranges from brand and communications strategy, identity development, publication design, branded environments, signage, exhibition design, information and systems design, ideation facilitation, and creative direction, to include project management, team leadership, training and development. He received his MFA from the University of Illinois and is a founding member of AIGA St. Louis/The Professional Association for Design and a standing member of SEGD/The Society for Experiential Graphic Designers. When he's not chasing down his kids, he's chasing his rescue dog!
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