Jessica Mezyk is an independent designer who creates smart, provocative work for nonprofits, arts organizations and cultural institutions. Poised, dedicated and resourceful she answers design problems with honest solutions.
A highlight of her career was the successful implementation of a major rebranding at the Museum of Arts and Design where she negotiated printing bids and contracts, supervised photography, retouching, printing, exterior and interior signage along with the comprehensive design work.
She has a genuine passion and optimism about her work and about New York City and is deeply interested in its arts and culture, people, politics, green spaces and economic development and intends to continue working with organizations who contribute to the cultural richness of this city.
In recent years her lifelong enchantment with nature has lead to landscape photography and design experiments within the city and the Hudson Valley. She is an environmental justice activist and a green new deal advocate.