Creating a magazine requires a whole team of experts. Ideas have to be discussed, illustrations commissioned, photos taken and headlines written. Now the real fun begins. Join Deb Bishop and Stravinski Pierre for a night of talking about how typography pulls it all together. Layouts will be shown, stories will be told and lively discussion welcomed.
Debra Bishop is the Creative Director of More magazine where she is currently managing a re-design and endeavoring to elevate content for women over forty. Before this she was the Design Director and an initial creator of Blueprint magazine for Stewart Living Omnimedia. During her 12 years at MSLO Deb created branding for several publications including Martha Stewart Baby, Kids: Fun Stuff to do Together, Body&Soul, and Martha's first catalog: Martha by Mail. Her early years were spent working for Rolling Stone magazine and Paula Scher. Deb has been awarded by The Type Director’s Club, Art Directors Club, AIGA and American Photography & Illustration. Kids: Fun Stuff to do Together won an ASME for design in 2005. Kids: Fun Stuff to do Together, was also awarded "Magazine of the year," by The Society of Publication Designers in 2004 and 2005 and Blueprint received the same award in 2008.
Stravinski Pierre has worked for VIBE, Popular Mechanics and O, the Oprah magazine. He is currently the Art Director for Esquire magazine.