Gabriele Wilson runs a New York and now Berlin based studio, where she creates publications, packaging and identities for an array of clients that includes Abrams, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, MoMA, Penguin Random House, The Phoenicia Diner, The Poetry Society of America, SONY, the United Nations, and Rizzoli. Prior to opening her own studio, she worked as a jacket designer at Alfred A. Knopf. Gabriele’s work has been featured in various publications, including By Its Cover: Modern American Book Design, Communication Arts, New Vintage Type, Print, the AIGA 365 and 50 Books/50 Covers competitions and the 2013-2016 New York Times Best Covers selections. She has been a keynote speaker, judge and guest lecturer for American Association of University Presses, California College of Arts, School of Visual Arts, Type Director’s Club, Typographics NYC, Typo St. Gallen–Switzerland and recently the Museum of the City of New York’s Paul Rand Everything is Design exhibition. Gabriele was an adjunct faculty member at Parsons School of Design for 13 years and a former Education Chair for the AIGA NY board of directors. She is a graduate of The College of Wooster and Parsons School of Design and originally from Concord, Massachusetts.