Kate Bingaman-Burt is an illustrator and educator. Her work orbits around the objects in our lives: the things we buy, the things we discard, and the collectivity and social interaction that can arise from cycles of consumption. Via illustrations, daily documentation, publications, events, large-scale participatory projects, client work, and a full-time role as an educator, Kate’s work invites a dialogue about contemporary forms of exchange.
Bryan Patrick Todd is a self-taught designer and lettering artist based in Louisville, KY. He has had the pleasure of designing pieces for high-profile clients like Chrysler, Esquire, Smirnoff, and Subaru. His designs, illustrations, hand-lettered typography, and large-scale murals can be seen all over Louisville and beyond.
Renda Morton is an Executive Director of Product Design at The New York Times. She co-leads the Times’ Beta team creating new digital products and services which help the Times’ readers live fuller, more culturally-rich lives. The team’s portfolio includes Cooking, Crosswords, Watching, Real Estate, Well and The Wirecutter. Before moving to the Beta team, Renda lead the design, user experience and strategy teams for NYTimes.com.