Brett Pierson, SEGD
Brett is an associate designer with broad experience in graphic and urban design. He has been the project designer for a wide range of signage and wayfinding programs, including the Belmont Hill School, City of Chicopee, EMS Boston, and Boynton Yards, while providing design support on campus-wide wayfinding projects for Harvard University and MASS MoCA. Brett often operates at the intersection of graphic and urban design, developing design guidelines, reports, and master plan documents for small cities and towns in Massachusetts and for larger developments abroad in Jordan and the UAE. He has also produced print and digital matter for clients as varied as the Mystic River Watershed Association, Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), La Colaborativa, MassDevelopment, and the Cities of Boston, Cambridge, and San Antonio. He was a project designer for Imagine Boston 2030, the city’s first comprehensive plan in over fifty years. Brett values close working relationships with clients and is dedicated to building trust with project stakeholders. A graduate of Northeastern University’s Department of Architecture, he is committed to design that is useful and honest.
— Northeastern University, Bachelor of Science in Architecture