MFA, Yale University; BA, University of Pennsylvania; post-baccalaureate
studies, University of Pennsylvania. Graphic designer Michael Graham (right)
has undertaken numerous professional projects including work such as exhibitions
for the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, the Houston Sciences Museum, and the San
Francisco Academy of Sciences, as well as architectural designs for Lonoy
Agricultural Corporation in the Philippines. In addition he has designed
and illustrated books for Tangram Design, Atlantic Naturalist, the National
Park Service, the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Yale University Press
and many other professional activities in the field of graphic design.
MS, Illinois Institute of Technology; BEd, University of Hawaii. Marjorie
Hirano has received honors from the Artists Guild of Chicago, the Society
of Typographic Arts, the Graphic Arts Council of Chicago and others. Her
work has been exhibited at Princeton, Pro Graphica and Herman Hall Galleries
in Chicago, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Gallery Amerasia,
Plum Gallery, Pyramid Press and the Washington Printmakers Gallery in Washington,
MFA, Basel School of Design, Switzerland; BFA, University of Houston;
additional studies: Kent State University Graphic Design Program in Switzerland.
Story has worked as a production artist/project manager for Art City Corporation
in Houston, a graphic designer for Gulf Oil Corporation, and in dozens
of freelance projects in graphic design, architecture and space planning,
since 1978. Among her clients have been Pangea Corporation, Tangram Design,
Lighthouse Design, Diagram magazine, and many other corporations, book
publications, museums, organizations and universities.