Sandra Kelch has worked in the design field for more than 20 years, and has received awards for her publications from Adobe, Print, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and the Society of Publication Designers. She received two degrees in graphic design from The Cooper Union School of Art and The Cranbrook Academy of Art. Most of Sandra's career has been focused on socially responsible design: promoting nonprofit organizations, branding, publication design and infographics/signage. Sandra has worked as the Coordinator of Visual Communications at San Francisco State University, and currently teaches part-time at USF, SFSU, the California College of the Arts, and KALA Art Institute.
- visual perception of pattern in places
- the visual language of urban space