Art Direction + Design

As a well-organized, dynamic visual creative with over two decades of experience in agency and studio settings, Amy Redmond provides thoughtful design leadership to innovative non-profit and corporate clients focused on making a positive impact in our communities.

A confident leader, she works well under pressure with a positive attitude, able to direct a project from its planning stage to delivery. She’s produced print, branding, and digital work for corporate and non-profit clients including Amazon Publishing, The Beechers Foundation, Chronicle Books, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Common Acre & YMCA.

 Print Work  ||  Branding  ||  Digital Work

Print Work

Amy began her design career as a book designer, creating books for the juvenile and adult trade markets. A desire to learn more about fine typography led to a letterpress printing apprenticeship, and print has been a cornerstone of her design work ever since.

Publications  ||  Packaging  ||  Posters


Branding is much more than a logo design, but the research and creative process for developing a company’s mark can reveal a lot about their culture and values. Take a peek behind the design scenes for these two Pacific Northwest natives:

The Common Acre  ||  Big Lake Bar & Grill

Digital Work

Working on teams in advertising and digital marketing agencies has kept Amy fluent in the digital design space and the unique needs of corporate brands through responsive web design, apps, and social media.

Amazon Publishing  ||  Microsoft e-commerce

Letterpress Printing

To keep her creativity refreshed, Amy balances digital design with time in her Seattle letterpress studio, Amada Press, focusing on handset typography using metal and wood type.

|| New!  Shop Letterpress Prints

She also teaches letterpress classes and team-building workshops at the School of Visual Concepts. To arrange a custom letterpress workshop for your group, please contact the school at 206-623-1560.