Jaymes Moore is a multidisciplinary designer whose work identifies brands with contemporary culture through the creation of multi-faceted visual systems and sensorial experiences.
His conceptual approach is research-based, fusing a modern sensibility to proportion and typography with a contemporary awareness of the ever-increasing demand to produce socially progressive and ethical work.
Since graduating from University of Florida with a BFA in Graphic Design in 2010, Jaymes has had the privilege of working with a diverse clientele spanning the cultural and commercial sectors. His past experiences include:
Lo Fi Dance Theory | Creative Director, 2018–present
Performing Arts Company, Montréal CA
Honored to be named in the role of Creative Director alongside a distinguished Board of Directors & Administrators.
Optimistic Future | Co-Founder & Lead Designer, 2017–Present
Design Agency, Paris FR
I created all visual assets for robust visual identity systems, conceptually-driven web experiences and environmental installations. I was the liaison with our development team in Utrecht and I worked directly with printers and fabricators in Paris to develop physical objects, spatial components and print materials.
Independent | 2010–Present
For the past 8 years, I have acted as the sole-proprietor of my own design practice. I have worked with a wide range of cultural and commercial clients, including:
TWR Service Corporation, 2012–present
Chicago, IL USA
I worked as an outside consultant with the marketing team to develop a new brand strategy and visual identity, for which I created all of the visual assets. I have continued as an ongoing brand consultant.
Cashiers Historical Society, 2013–2014
Cashiers, NC USA
I was commissioned to create a new Visual Identity spanning all aspects of their operations in order to improve their outreach to a wider, more contemporary audience. I worked closely with the in-house staff to fully implement the new visual identity into an array of print materials, including stationery, historical site brochures, trail maps and conference posters & programs.
The Bascom: A Center for the Visual Arts, 2011
Highlands, NC USA
Working with the Board of Directors and the in-house communications team, I redefined the entire visual identity, instituting new branding guidelines, art directing seasonal programming materials and overseeing the visual identity and print production for their landmark exhibition of Frank Stella’s work from the Haskell Collection.
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