Thumbnail image of the cover of Yoga: The Art of Transformation exhibition catalogue for the Freer  +  Sackler Galleries
Thumbnail image of the  Yoga: The Art of Transformation mobile application prototype for the Freer  +  Sackler Galleries
Thumbnail image of the exhibition graphics for Modernism A Chronology 1914–1939 for the Corcoran Gallery of Art
Thumbnail image of the cover of Jean-Antoine Houdon catalogue for the National Gallery of Art
Thumbnail image of a cover of the National Women of the Arts Magazine
Thumbnail image of the cover of the Ellsworth Kelly catalogue for the Phillips Collection
Thumbnail image of the _____ from the Classic Correspondence Kit for the National Postal Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover from the Hide/Seek exhibition catalogue for the National Portrait Gallery
Thumbnail image of the cover from the Deadly Medicine catalogue for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Thumbnail image of the from the 2012 annual report Questions Come Alive for the Smithsonian Institution
Thumbnail image of the cover from the Smithsonian Civil War catalogue for Smithsonian Books
Thumbnail image of the cover from George Washington: A National Treasure for the National Portrait Gallery
Thumbnail image of exhibition graphics for American Letterpress for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service
Thumbnail image of the cover from the Infinite Variety catalogue for the Folger Shakespeare Library
Thumbnail image of the cover from the Origins of European Printmaking catalogue for the National Gallery of Art
Thumbnail image of the cover for the Corcoran College of Art  +  Design Viewbook
Thumbnail image of the cover of the Treasures of Heaven catalogue for the Walters Art Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover of From Haven to Home for the Library of Congress
Thumbnail image of the cover for the Nazi Ideology catalogue for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover for Rob Barnard for the Crocker Art Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover of Revealing Ancestral Central America for the National Museum of the American Indian
Thumbnail image of exhibition graphics for Weaving Abstraction for the Textile Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover of The Trevelyon Miscellany of 1608 for the Folger Shakespeare Library
Thumbnail image of the cover of Xavier Veilhan for the Phillips Collection
Thumbnail image of exhibition graphics for The 1847s: America's First Stamps for the National Postal Museum
Thumbnail image of the cover of In The Beginning catalogue for the Freer  +  Sackler Galleries
Thumbnail image of the cover of the Magic of Remedios Varo for the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Thumbnail image of the cover of Sitelines magazine for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

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1019 Queen Street / Alexandria / Virginia / 22314

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Profiles
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Antonio Alcalá

Antonio Alcalá graduated from Yale University with a BA in history and from the Yale School of Art with an MFA in graphic design. After working as a book designer and freelance graphic designer, Antonio opened Studio A in 1988. Since then, Studio A has won awards of excellence from major design institutions including AIGA, Print, Communication Arts and Graphis. Antonio is an adjunct faculty member of the Corcoran College of Art + Design and a past president of the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington. He is also responsible for the design of US postage stamps as an art director for the United States Postal Service. Antonio’s work and contributions to the field of graphic design were recognized with his selection as the 2008 AIGA Fellow, Washington DC. In 2011, he was nominated for two National Design Awards from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum. His work is represented in the Smithsonian Institution National Postal Museum, AIGA Design Archives, and the Library of Congress Permanent Collection of Graphic Design.

Maribel O. Gray

Dr. Maribel O. Gray entered the field of graphic design as a second career. She graduated with a BFA in graphic design from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in 2013. That year, she joined the faculty as an adjunct instructor and Studio A. Prior to working as a designer, she was as an emergency physician at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, VA after completing her residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC. She obtained her BA in chemistry at Goucher College, MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine, and MPH in international health at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Although her primary interests are web design, user experience, and user interaction design, Maribel is also a printmaker whose work has been included in several juried exhibitions.

Helen McNiell

Helen McNiell hails from a small Tennessee town near the Smoky Mountains. Growing up as the daughter of a college history professor and a public school administrator, she dreamed of being an author and illustrator of children’s books. McNiell graduated from the Atlanta College of Art at the High Museum (now SCAD) with a BFA in graphic design. After working for Time-Life, Helen joined Studio A as a Partner in 1998. She enjoys publication, book, and exhibition design because the process is like assembling a giant puzzle and the subject matter tends to be so interesting. Helen lives in Old Town, Alexandria with her husband, two daughters, and two cats.

Ricky Altizer

Ricky Altizer is a graphic designer and a curious student. Throughout boyhood, he imagined becoming a LEGO designer. Although he has since broadened his focus from plastic bricks to multi-disciplinary design, he still enjoys creating things for people of all ages. Prior to working at Studio A, he worked in technology startups as a design intern for NoiseTrade in Brooklyn, NY, and as a product design intern for Pathwright in Greenville, SC. His branding projects received multiple ADDY awards from the American Advertising Federation of Greenville, South Carolina, including Student Gold and Student Best in Show in 2014. In addition to his internship position at Studio A, Ricky pursues a Graphic Design BFA at The Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at The George Washington University.