Who We Are
SINCE founding the studio in 2007, Sydney Janey has surrounded herself with a fantastic group of individuals to work with her at SYDNEY JANEY DESIGN. This collaborative work environment gives SYDNEY JANEY DESIGN a unique competitive edge in the vast world of art and graphic design by relying on the designers’ collective background history, photography, marketing, technology, fine art, printmaking, and art history. Having both an aesthetic design focus as well as a practical, quantitative mindset that adds value to the services offered at SYDNEY JANEY DESIGN. It makes our expertise ideal for both for-profit and non-profit organizations.
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Sydney started the SYDNEY JANEY DESIGN studio in the Spring of 2007. After she’d been working in Publishing and while still attending graduate school at the Massachusetts College of Art + Design. Setting the studio apart from the start, with a unique background in fine art: printmaking, photography and art history. In addition to her studies in graphic design, Sydney uses her skills of critical analysis and collaboration with other talents, to bring together a fresh, creative, and practical approach to all projects. This has been the winning client formula from the start!
In her personal life Sydney volunteers with many non-profits and is involved with many civic organizations. She has worked as an adjunct professor at Emerson College in the Writing, Literature & Publishing department where she taught Applications for Print Publishing. She is certified in the Adobe Creative Cloud. And most recently developed a professional level design curriculum workforce development program for adults, that was implemented at the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts. It is her most fervent hope to see more people of color in the creative economy, most especially graphic design. While she taught crafts for four years while attending undergraduate school at Univ. of MA Amherst — Sydney strives to be a Passionate Maker — of all things related to paper — and a Boston Shaker.