Anna Sharp is a Creative Director at Two Twelve, a New York based design firm specializing in Environmental Graphic Design and Visioning. Notably at Two Twelve, Anna has overseen comprehensive wayfinding and signage systems for: local clients, NYU Langone Medical Center and the NYC Police Academy; national clients such as Shelby Farms Park Conservancy in Memphis, Tennessee and the Kapi’olani Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii; as well as international clients such as Centro Hospitalario Serena Del Mar in Cartagena, Colombia and a mixed use commercial development, Emaar Square, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Prior to joining Two Twelve, Anna’s professional experience included the development of environmental graphics, wayfinding signage, interactive media, print, and identity design at Carbone Smolan Agency and Poulin + Morris.
Anna’s work has been recognized for design excellence and published in numerous periodicals and books including the American Association of Museums, American Corporate Identity, Art Directors Club of New York, Communication Arts, Global Corporate Identity, and Graphis Branding USA.
Anna graduated with honors from The University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, where she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. Currently she serves as the New York Chapter Co-Chair of the SEGD (the Society for Experiential Graphic Design).