graphic design, type design, risography, motion

I am a multidiscplinary designer with an appreciation for things made by hand. My practice involes mixing digital and analog techniques in service of image-making (still and moving). I work on a wide range of projects, including publications, motion graphics, identity design, posters/prints, etc. etc... basically down for aNytHinG!

For commisions or collaborations contact:, @camillegwise

Headlands Center for the Arts Design Fellow 2023
Type West ‘22

Living & working in San Francisco, CA (°◡°♡)
Currently available for hire (freelance or full-time).

Four Seasons Calendar 2023
11”x17”. Risograph calendar based a painting I made.
Risograph Print

Posters & Prints
(Freelance & personal)

Can the Front Half Sit Down?
A two day virtual event aimed to open discussion surrounding street dance, it’s history, and its commodification and appropriation that we see in dance today. “Can the front half sit down?” is a common question heard in dance workshops, used to give folks in the back the space to dance, to see and to be seen. The resulting identity revolves around a visual language of “halves” in promotional graphics, and translates to the website as a split-screen double scroll.
Identity, motion graphics

Neumeister Modern
Revived from a late 13th century Italian manuscript, Neumeister Modern is a Venetian Roman typeface with unexpected flair. The specimen book is split into three sections that explain the type design process, showcase the letterforms, and suggest some possible uses for the typeface. This project was created during Type West ‘22.
Instructors: Graham Bradley & Rod Cavazos
Type design, book design

65th San Francisco Film Festival
The 65th SFFILM Festival was a milestone for the organization, and marked the first time the event would be held in person since before the pandemic. The visual identity needed to express the programatic concept of “layers” while celebrating the longevity of the festival. Looking to the organization’s own history for inspiration, hand lettering and image treatments reference original posters designed by Saul Bass for SFFILM in the 60s.
Photography by Pamela Gentile and Tommy Lau.
Branding & campaign, graphic design, motion design, signage