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Ginny Livingston Laughlin MFA
Ginny studied at the Art Center College of Design and began her graphic design career as an album cover designer at London, Elektra/Asylum and Motown Records. She received her MFA in graphic design in 1990, the same year she joined the staff of Patagonia as a catalog designer. In 2003 she became a web designer at Sonoma State University, and from 2007-2012 was a project manager in communications for San Diego State University.
She has developed identity and branding systems, packaging and publication designs for a wide range of clients including environmental organizations, wineries, music, television, film, healthcare, and clothing. They include, among others, Sonoma Land Trust, The Green Music Center, Marin Watershed Program, Music Academy of the West, The Language Flagship, Foley Family Wines, the Association of California Symphony Orchestras, ABC TV, Disney, and CBS TV. She has earned the reputation of providing exceptional quality and outcomes through her design and technical skills.
Ginny was a voting member of the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (Grammy Awards) for 10 years. Her teaching career in Communication Design includes six years at the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, six years at California State University Northridge, a year at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, and guest lecturing at Art Center College of Design.