Graphic Design Juror: Patrick Fredrickson
Meaningful experiences occur when people interact with engaging environments. Whether the environment is a physical or digital space, or the communication structure of a team or organization, purpose, navigation, and comfort are critical to the success of the environment.
I work with teams to facilitate the discovery, develop the strategy, and implement the production of these spaces and places for public, private, and non-profit organizations.
As a director, designer, and mentor, my work specializes in the production of engaging visitor experiences through the development of storytelling environments and public spaces. As a leader and coach, I work with teams to define their strategies and goals, and to practice and develop the systems that allow them to reach their goals. In my current practice, I am Project Director for Altitude Design Office, President of AIGA Los Angeles, Little League and AYSO coach for Under-12 athletes, Instructor at UCLA Extension, and, most importantly, a father and husband.
I have learned the challenges and successes of design and strategy through my work with Selbert Perkins Design Collaborative, developing wayfinding programs for Civic, Education, and Retail clients; the Autry National Center, leading the in-house team in developing experiences, graphics, media, furniture, and identities for public and gallery environments; and the J. Paul Getty Museum, working with an award winning design team to reinstall the Getty Villa and numerous exhibition and education projects for the museum.
Fine Artist Juror: David B. Jang
David B. Jang is a Los Angeles-based sculptor known for inventive kinetic installations employing hacked consumer electronics and subverted household appliances. He was born in Seoul, South Korea and received a BFA from College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Jang has been shown internationally and nationally: Nagasaki Museum of Fine Arts, Nagasaki, Japan; Pleiades Gallery, New York; Heritage Art Center, Manila, Philippines; Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA, Los Angeles; Laguna Art Museum; Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles; Palos Verdes Art Center; Los Angeles Art Association; Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion, San Francisco; Locust Project, Miami; and in the Downtown Art Center Gallery, Los Angeles.
Jang has been featured in several arts publications: Art Ltd Magazine; Huffington Post Arts; Korean American Magazine; Art Pulse Magazine; Artillery Magazine; KCET Artbound; Korea Times; Coagula Art Magazine; California Contemporary Art Magazine; Art Week LA; and in the Los Angeles Art Show Catalog.
"Class of 2016" Alumnae Juror: Kathryn Izquierdo-Gallegos
Kathryn Izquierdo-Gallegos is a freelance art director and designer in the LA ad world. She has worked for brands like Honda, Hyundai, Apple, Dole, Google, and Wienerschnitzel. Freelancing has allowed her to get a lot of exposure in a short period of time and she is finally enjoying the winding road.
Kathryn is happy to be coming back full circle, participating as a judge in this year’s 2d3d Student Show. It wasn’t too long ago that she was submitting work herself as a student. She is happy to be supporting her Alma mater, which helped provide a solid foundation for her career to be built on. She is grateful for the multidimensional experience CPP has provided to her then and even now.
David B. Jang
2d3d plus jurors
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