Studio Gradients is a remote design agency founded by four members of the Biden-Harris creative and tech team. Bonded by our rural, east coast roots, we bring our winning sensibility to each of our clients and approach new projects with the same drive that motivated us to elect Joe Biden & Kamala Harris. Strong, emotional storytelling is at the heart of all we do.
BIDEN-HARRIS 2020 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
SENIOR CREATIVE ADVISOR: ROBYN KANNER
DEPUTY DESIGN DIRECTOR: CARAHNA MAGWOOD
DECIMAL & MERCURY TYPEFACES: JONATHAN HOEFLER
BIDEN-HARRIS DESIGNERS: Abbey Pitzer, Aja Nuzzi, Allison Press, Anisa Chugthai, Ashley Siebels, Chelsea Alexander, Christian Richard, Colleen Murphy, Damaris Bravo, Eric Ziminsky, Jazmine Johnson, Jess Lucia, Jessica Monroy, Julian Williams, Karena Meyer, Kyle Eaton, Maggie Bignell, Ojwanna Wilson, Rebecca Nathanson, Ryan Eaton, Tashi Scott, Teagan Aguirre.
*WORLD STAGE T-SHIRT: JOE PEREZ STUDIOS / SENIOR CREATIVE ADVISOR TO JOE BIDEN: ROBYN KANNER / DEPUTY DESIGN DIRECTOR TO JOE BIDEN: CARAHNA MAGWOOD / CREATIVE DIRECTION + DESIGN: JOE PEREZ / DESIGN: ADI NACHUM
Aja’s career in creative production and operations began in publishing (ELLE, Conde Nast), then veered into tech (Airbnb), with a quick diversion in teaching English abroad (not for her). Aja managed the operations on the Biden-Harris design team.
Anna is a front-end developer that got her start in Big Tobacco in North Carolina. She recently worked on the Biden/Harris Campaign as 50% digital 50% engineering, and then was part of the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Robyn is an artist with a focus on creative direction and writing. She’s the founder of Studio Gradients, the Creative Director for the 59th Presidential Inauguration, and was the Senior Creative Advisor for the Biden-Harris 2020 campaign. Additionally, she led the creative team for Beto O’Rourke’s primary campaign. Her bylines on culture include The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Wired.
Eric is a designer with a focus on advocacy and politics. Eric started working at the Democratic National Committee in 2016. As 2019 rolled in, he joined Senator Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for president. As the primary finished up, Eric joined the Biden for President design team in July and the Biden-Harris Transition Team shortly thereafter.