Josh Terry is a graphic designer based in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently at The New York Times working in their in-house advertising agency, T Brand Studio.
With a military background and a passion for exploration, he brings both discipline and innovation to the table. Doing so, he develops engaging visual storytelling and communicates to targeted audiences. Josh is full of compassion for others, love for beauty, and mischief regarding all things.
BFA in Graphic Design, Minor in Art History, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, 2016
One-Week Study Abroad, Italian Renaissance in Italy, The College of Saint Rose, 2016
Two-Week Study Abroad, Photography in Ecuador, The College of Saint Rose, 2015
One-Week Study Abroad, Graphic Design in London, The College of Saint Rose, 2015
Associate Graphic Designer, The New York Times – T Brand Studio, New York, NY, 2016–present
0311/Infantry Rifleman, Marine Corps Reserve, Syracuse, NY, 2012–2018
Graphic Designer, Crye Precision, Brooklyn, NY, 2016
Graphic Design Intern, Wallace Church & Company, New York, NY, 2015
The New York Times Publisher’s Award: Excellence in Technology,
Innovation and Business Performance 2018
Committee Member, Senior Art Show, The College of Saint Rose, 2016
Design selected, Senior Art Show Collateral, The College of Saint Rose, 2016
Finalist, ADDY Awards, Poster Design, American Advertising Federation, 2016
Silver ADDY Award, Publication/Book Design, American Advertising Federation, 2015