Improving the human experience through cultivated identity, pride and discovery. Faith Berry-Parent has been improving the human experience in the built environment for more than a decade through graphic design and communications. She has developed branded graphics for retail, public and private space for a variety of clients from internationally known Weyerhaeuser to local success story Julep Nail Parlor. Her career motif is in finding the unique project narrative that cultivates identity, pride and ingenuity within a community.
Since Faith Berry-Parent moved to Seattle to work in 2007, she has slowly shed her mid-western suburbanite car-driving skin to favor a simpler two-wheeled approach to life. Through cycling, Faith Berry-Parent has discovered an opportunity to better understand and explore micro-environments and what defines them. She also believes it is a designers responsibility as a trendsetter to lead social change by example, especially when it comes to sustainable alternatives to daily living.