When it comes to collaboration and concepting, Bianca leads the way for a new generation of visual designers. With a graphic design degree from the Maine College of Art, Bianca quickly gained experience in branding and identity design.
“I’m fascinated with the influence that graphic design has over the human psyche.” Best of all, Bianca’s talents don’t end with graphic design. She’s also a talented researcher and creative director. Her work with financial and biotech clients makes her a great fit for Mad*Pow.
Bianca enjoys exploring creative outlets in the areas of typography and type design, hand lettering, photography, and printmaking. When she isn’t busy at work, she is often playing with her pet fish.
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