Joey Morgan Design
With over 20 years in COMMUNICATION DESIGN Joey Morgan consistently develops surprising marketing solutions for a diverse group of clients. An EXPERT in IMAGE CREATION, enhancement and retouching, she has developed AWARD-WINNING PROJECTS in education, health care, luxury product, and editorial design.
No slouch to Adobe's creative suite software (brief pause for a nostalgic moment remembering the Mac SE 30 and Illustrator 88.), she works independently or in collaboration with a core group (copywriters, designers, programmers, illustrators, project managers, production support) who share an enthusiasm for challenging and creative assignments.
briefly at Bard, educated at RISD, and graduated with honors from the School of Visual Arts, NY, (all a long long time ago).
Free Lance Clients
include: Unity Homes, Walpole NH; Naramata Partyline Productions, British Columbia Canada; Bensonwood Homes, Walpole NH; ChimpHaven sanctuary, Shreveport Louisianna; Ciclismo Classico, international biking tours; University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA; the Grammar School, Putney VT; Ann Henderson Interiors, Keene NH; Cynthia Reeves Projects; and Fidelity Investments.
L.A. Burdick Chocolate
Art Director/Graphic Designer (20010-2015). Responsibilities included: yearly/holiday catalogs, (concept, design, art direction for photoshoots, layout and production); branding, package design and production; startegic redesign of website and regular updates to home page images; promotional material for events; collateral material; editing press releases; store signage - templates and seasonal. Branding and package design for Jouvay Chocolate (L.A. Burdick Grenada); design and production for CFFI (Cocoa Farmers Futures Initiative) graphic material.
Church & Main advertising
Art Director/Senior Designer (2000-2009) Responsibilities included: concept/campaign development for a diverse range of clients (e.g., Dartmouth Medical School; New Hampshire Ball Bearings; Provena Health Hospital System); ongoing design feedback and critique for 5 staff designers; photo illustration and image retouching for print and web ( Turmoil, Colonial Theater, Bensonwood); web design and programming; concept and production for Church & Main self-promotion campaigns; video art direction and storyboards (Easter Seals, Provena St. Joseph Medical Center) art direction and photoshop retouching (Whitney Brothers, Findings, Crown Point Cabinetry, Audio Accessories, Vermont Soapstone); art/set direction (Mark Fernald for Governor, TV commercials).
2004 Narrative Installation, Ecole des BeauxArts, Brest France; 2001 The Prose Poem, conference with Robert Bly at the Great River Arts Institute, New Hampshire; 1997 Narrative Structure, Norman MacKenzie Gallery, Saskatchewan, Canada; 1997 Multimedia Storytelling, Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar Germany.
1996 Harvestworks, Studio PASS New York City; 1993 Banff Centre for the Arts, Digital Audio Studio, Alberta Canada; 1992 Strokestown House, Strokestown Ireland; 1991 Oud Amelisweerd, Bunnick, Netherlands; 1991 University of Windsor, Windsor Ontario; 1989 Cité des Arts, Paris France.
2013 sessional instructor at Keene State College, New Hampshire; 2008-2010 sessional instructor Insight Photography, Brattleboro VT ; 1995 sessional instructor at the University of Lethbridge in Lethbridge Alberta, photo arts; 1990 sessional instructor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada media/photo departments; 1982- 1995 guest artist/lecturer at: Academie du Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Aki, Enschede, the Netherlands; Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax Nova Scotia; the University of Western Ontario, London Ontario; University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Emily Carr College of Art & Design in Vancouver, British Columbia; University of Victoria and Open Space Gallery in Victoria, British Columbia; Optica Gallery and Concordia University in Montréal, Québec; Windsor Art Gallery, University of Windsor, and Artcite Gallery in Windsor, Ontario, Brock University in St Catharines, Ontario, York University in North York, Ontario, University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontairo, the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Center for the Arts, in Banff Alberta.
THE CLUTCHING SISTERS
designer / producer for THE CLUTCHING SISTERS (currently in development), Sandy Wilson's episodic television series sweeping across three countries and seven generations.
assistant art director for the film AMERICAN BOYFRIENDS, Alliance Entertainment Corp., 1988, producer: Stephen DeNure, director: Sandy Wilson. Responsibilities included: assisting in productin design, coordinating art departments, graphic design (signage, neon) visual research including period film and television clips, fact checking time period and locale. 1989 Genie Nomination Best Achievement in Art Direction.
MY AMERCIAN COUSIN
set decorator for the film MY AMERICAN COUSIN, The OK Motion Picture Co, 1985, producer: Peter O'Brian, director: Sandy Wilson. Responsibilities included: researching period/locale, designing sets on-location, set dressing, continuity of props and sets. 1986 Genie Nomination Best Achievement in Art Direction; 1986 Genie, Best Picture
Joey Morgan has developed public artworks and multi-disciplinary installations which have been shown in site specific contexts and gallery exhibitions in the United States, Australia, Europe and Canada. She represented Canada in 1992 in the Sydney Biennial and represented Vancouver in 1996 in Copenhagen's 96 Containers, Art Across Oceans and has been awarded artist in residence at the Cité Des Arts in Paris, at Oud Amelisweerd in the Netherlands, and at Strokestown House in Ireland.
Solo and Major Exhibition venues have included Le Fresnoy in Tourcoing, France; the Passerelle in Brest, France; the National Gallery of Canada; the Power Plant and Mercer Union in Toronto; the Musée d'art Contemporain, Centre International d'Art Contemporain (CIAC), Optica Gallery, and the Darling Foundry in Montréal; the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff; the MacKenzie Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in Lethbridge, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Presentation House, and the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver.
Major installations are held in public collections including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Musée d'art Contemporain in Montréal, MacKenzie Gallery in Regina Saskatchewan, the City of Vancouver, and the Art Bank of Canada. Smaller works are held in public and private collections. Bookworks held in public collections including: Museum of Modern Art; Printed Matter/Dia; University of Southern California; Carnegie Mellon University, National Gallery of Canada.
Prizes and Awards include: the Canada Council (including the Lynch Staunton Award), the National Endowment for the Arts, the British Columbia Cultural Fund, and the Vermont Council for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Book Award, ( for The Man Who Waits and Sleeps While I Dream) and the Alberta Book Design Award (for How To Avoid the Future Tense).