Marc is a design partner based in Lippincott's New York office. He has over 20 years of experience in designing identities for leading global brands.
In his role at Lippincott he recently lead design initiatives for Stanley Black & Decker's Stanley brand as well as the new logos and visual systems for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Actavis Pharmaceuticals.
Over the years Marc's clients and projects have included Ainnia Dubai, Akzo Nobel, City of London, Dell, Fila, Espre Japan Publishing, IAP International Aviation, J Brand, Lift Ecru Japan, Sony BMG, Sunglass Hut, Swiss Re, Telefónica, Yahoo! BB and Yohji Yamamoto.
His work is very well received in Europe, the US, and Japan, and he has been featured in magazines such as IDEA, Elle, +81,Vogue, Composite, Surface, Spur, Nylon, How and Print.
Marc has also worked as an art director for Estée Lauder and a creative director for Swatch. After starting his own firm Konstruktur he went on to conceptualize Evian’s acclaimed “L’original” advertising campaign. He designed the symbol for Amtrak's Acela bullet train as well as numerous watches for Swatch and the current logos for the City of London and NYC’s 2011 Million Trees campaign.
He holds a B.F.A. with Honors in graphic design and packaging from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he studied under the typographer Simon Johnston and design legend Louis Danziger.