Design51Public Poetry Gallery
Randy has over 40 years of experience designing and managing large-scale design, signage, and wayfinding projects. His vast experience extends to placemaking, branding, product design, signage, wayfinding and donor recognition programs for museums, galleries, stadiums/arenas, academic institutions, parks, transit and civic facilities. He is known for his ability to create signage programs that complement the unique features of heritage buildings and for working collaboratively with the clients’ architectural team.
Selected projects include interpretive and environmental graphics programs for large-scale venues such as Toronto’s Union Station redevelopment, Arizona Cardinals Stadium, Air Canada Centre, SkyDome, TD Garden (Boston), Ripley’s Aquarium, Thunder Bay’s Prince Arthur’s Landing, Canalside (a 21-acre waterfront heritage and recreational area in Buffalo NY), as well as numerous colleges/universities such as the University of Toronto, York University, Humber College, Carleton University, and Wilfrid Laurier University. In terms of cultural organizations, major significant projects include the National Gallery of Canada, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.