Anita Zeppetelli / Principal and creative director
As a principal and creative director, Anita has been overseeing brand experiences and integrated print implementation across all touchpoints.
Anita has consistently established herself as a talented and accomplished creative director in the field of graphic design and branding. She manages connections between creative, planning and client teams to ensure that visual solutions are aligned with strategic objectives.
Anita has creatively led and directed numerous high-profile design and branding projects as well as award-winning and global branding campaigns for an impressive roster of clients including well known global brands and design firms. Before Azura Design, she was creative director at global branding firms such as Interbrand, Superunion, Lippincott and Gottschalk & Ash International.
She is currently on the faculty of School of Visual Arts in New York City where she teaches branding and founder of BrandingFor.com, an online branding school.
Timothy Bruns / Strategy director
As a strategic design activist, Timothy uncovers human truths and insights that incite social change and creates meaningful impact. Tim believes in marrying the analytical side with the intuitive side—right brain/left brain design thinking— through design strategy, human-centered design and storytelling.
His passion and purpose is collaborating with mission-driven people to solve BIG problems by design. Whether it be social issues, CSR, communication challenges, product development, or innovation strategies, we always start with WHY. To answer this BIG question, he conducts and leads design-thinking workshops and storytelling sessions with stakeholders as well as the target audiences.
Timothy is currently on the faculty at FIDM. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Strategic Design and Management from Parsons School of Design Strategies and a BFA in Graphic Communications from Washington University in St. Louis.
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