The Red Brick Project is the mad scientist lab of Pittsburgh designers Joe Morgano and Anne Bemis.

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Joseph Morgano, Jr.

Joe started his career as a designer at the New York City offices of Pentagram Design. He then served as the Design Director for three years at the Brooklyn-based motorcycle collective Indian Larry Legacy, before moving back to Pittsburgh to be closer to family.

Joe has contributed designs for companies such as The National Football League, The Mob Museum, Ito En, Time Warner, and Mercedes-Benz, just to name a few. His work can also be found in the archives of Landesberg Design, Wall-to-Wall Studios, Actual Size, and The Apartment (NYC).

In 2004, Joe received the Certificate of Excellence Award for Outstanding Merit in Graphic Design from Pratt Institute. He served on the Board of AIGA Pittsburgh as the Director of Speaker Series, and has also collaborated on projects with the NYC Design Trust for Public Space. Joe is currently a designer at MAYA Design.

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Anne Bemis

Anne Bemis began her design career in Pittsburgh after completing a degree in graphic design at La Roche College. In 2010, Anne received the Communication Design Leadership Award from La Roche College. She has interned for Elisco Advertising, and worked as a designer for the Pittsburgh Pirates. She serves on the board of AIGA Pittsburgh as President. Anne is currently a graphic designer at PPG Architectural Coatings. She loves snowboarding and she prefers pie over cake.

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