Marc is a graphic designer, art director, and design educator based in Seattle, WA.

About

Marc is a Seattle-based graphic designer, art director, and design educator.

I’m a Seattle-based graphic designer, art director, and design educator, currently working from afar for The New York Times.

Working across interactive and print media, I design identity systems, interfaces, books, posters, exhibits, and various other forms of physical and digital matter for clients ranging from international commercial brands to local cultural institutions. As a designer, I enjoy unraveling seemingly complex information and discovering its inner logic. Through a multi-disciplinary practice, my approach is both content and context-driven, with a foundation in typography, visual form, and communication.

As a design educator, I've taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art and Parsons The New School for Design. Currently, I teach in the UX program at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle.

I received an MFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA in Graphic Design from James Madison University.

 


get in touch —

e-mail: marcchoi2@gmail.com
social: @more_underlines


select clients —

The New York Times
Condé Nast Digital
Club Monaco
Bobbi Brown Cosmetics
Jack Spade
Park & Bond
Gilt Groupe
J.Crew
The Studio Ensemble Theatre
The American Folk Art Museum
The Film Society of Lincoln Center
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Vested
North Star Fund
Girls Write Now


Photo: @rockiepatch / Carrie Radford