Brett Pierson

Brett is a multi-faceted designer who specializes in graphics and physical interventions. At a local scale, Brett has been instrumental in developing reports and collateral for municipal clients such as MassDevelopment and the City of Cambridge. On an international level, Brett played a leading role on Design Guidelines for Dubai’s District 2020, the city’s new technology and mixed-use development. He is currently designing a new map highlighting the Mystic River’s various amenities and attractions, contributing graphic and environmental design to downtown Chicopee’s revitalization, and leading the graphic design of Cambridge’s first Urban Forest Master Plan. He has also produced print and digital matter for clients as varied as the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), Wentworth Institute of Technology, and the Cities of San Antonio and Boston, including the graphic design of Imagine Boston 2030, the city’s first comprehensive plan in over fifty years. A graduate of Northeastern University’s Department of Architecture, he is committed to a design and graphic communication that are useful and honest.


— Northeastern University, Bachelor of Science in Architecture