Karim Rashid is one of the most prolific designers of his generation. Over 3000 designs in production, over 300 awards and working in over 35 countries attest to Karim’s legend of design. Karim’s diversity affords him the ability to cross-pollinate ideas, materials, behaviors, aesthetics from one typology to the next, crossing boundaries and broadening consumer horizons.
Julia Troy | New York Community & Education Outreach
Julia is a trained industrial designer and innovator whose main objective is finding creative solutions for consumers in order to enhance their every day lives. She is obsessed with pushing the boundaries of the physical with innovative aesthetic solutions in all her designs.
Kar Kay Ho, IDSA | New York Chapter Visual Identity Chair
Kar Kay is a multi-disciplinary Designer, and graduate of The Fashion Institute of Technology, based in New York. He has worked with Fahrenheit 212, The Egg Republic and The Institute of Play. Accounts that he has worked on include Citi Group, American Express, Best Buy, Campbell's, IMAX, and The Smithsonian. His experience includes graphic design, web design, and industrial design. Occasionally, he can be found roaming an art gallery or museum on rainy days.
Sean Ferry, IDSA | New York Media Outreach Chair | Fahrenheit-212
Sean Ferry is a media specialist who works comfortably in commercial, corporate and documentary environments. For more than a decade he has explored the workings of Video Prototyping, constructing context and framing value propositions of innovation strategies. His emphasis is on: strategy development, brand management and visual storytelling. He is currently Senior Producer / Director of Video Prototyping at Fahrenheit-212 in Manhattan.