And now, guys and gals, here’s faculty member Jennifer Daniel, designer and illustrator (and awesome tweeter at @jenniferdaniel)
From her blog:
Jennifer Daniel is a designer, illustrator, and editor and spends most of her time creating conceptual, clever, and content-driven graphics commissioned by a diverse group of clients ranging from editorial (Wired, Vanity Fair, New Yorker), advertising (BBDO, W&R, DD&C), publishing (Penguin, Harper Collins, Princeton Architectural Press) and the web (Google… okay just Google). Formerly the Graphics Director at Bloomberg BusinessWeek Jennifer Daniel now works as a visual journalist at the New York Times. Her work has been recognized by fancy design awards (D&AD’s yellow pencil, ADC’s gold cube, TDC’s judge’s choice, Print Magazine’s 20 Under 30 New Visual Artists and American Illustration). Jennifer teaches at the School of Visual Arts graduate program, Visual Narratives and occasionally lectures for design, illustration, and journalism conferences. Jennifer enjoys working on a variety of side projects and exhibits her posters in galleries. You may know her from her regular design advice column in Print Magazine, but probably not because it was canceled after one issue. Jennifer lives and works in New York.
(Jennifer has since moved to the Bay Area in CA)