Exhibition Record Meredith has exhibited her work in national and international exhibitions, from Detroit to New Orleans, California and Massachusetts, notably at the Las Vegas Contemporary Art Center and the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art. LIVD LIVD is an experimental design publication that comes out annually. LIVD is topical, focusing on the various theories that underpin a design practice. Meredith is the founder and principle designer for LIVD. Teaching & Pedagogy Currently teaching in the Graphic Design Program of the School of Art + Design at Portland State University, Meredith’s pedagogy focuses on theory, research, writing and design thinking. She also presents on these topics at national and international conferences. About Meredith Meredith James received her Master of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2008. Her practice has always been hybrid, an exploratory intersection of design and art. Scholarly Articles Scholarly papers written by Meredith are permanently archived through the Portland State University Library, and have been downloaded nearly 1,000 times from countries all over the world, including South Africa, the United Kingdom, India, Indonesia, South Korea, and Canada. Drawing Foundations Much of Meredith’s work is developed from a foundation in hand skills, from drawing to lettering. Type & Illustration She has been hand-lettering, designing typefaces, and illustrating graphics for many years now. Examples of her hand-lettering and illustration can be found in the various exhibitions she’s shown her work in, the publications she’s designed, and incorporated into client work. Client Work Meredith is an award-winning designer with over fifteen years of experience. She works in print, interaction, identity systems and motion graphics, and has a notable client list, creating work for University of Southern California, Chrysler, Lear Corporation, Young & Rubicam, The Henry Ford Museum and Walt Disney Imagineering. Fine Design Meredith’s personal design practice is exploratory and experimental. She likes to work fluidly between art and design, and because of this, has exhibited her work at galleries and contemporary art centers across the country.