Marc Choi is a graphic designer and design educator based in Washington, DC. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at the George Washington University.
Most recently, Marc served as a senior designer on the Experience Design team at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he developed strategies to expand the museum’s interactive capabilities and improve both the digital and physical visitor experiences. As a consulting designer and art director at The New York Times, he collaborated with teams across the organization to develop multi-channel marketing campaigns and digital product initiatives aimed at audience growth, engagement, and retention. As an educator, he has taught at Maryland Institute College of Art, Parsons School of Design, Rhode Island School of Design, and the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle.
In his independent creative practice and research, Marc is interested in examining the role that visual design and communication plays in shaping personal and collective identities and the identities of shared environments. His work includes limited-run print editions that utilize various techniques and formats including letterpress and risography. Marc is also a founder of Track and Field, a collaborative publishing initiative whose work often investigates the relationship between personal, public, and geographic history with the popular American imagination.
He holds an MFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA in Graphic Design from James Madison University.