Kensley Bullins is a senior graphic design student. One of her main interests is exploring how environments connect people to place and the role design plays in making the complexity of the world a bit simpler. Throughout her collegiate career and work experiences, she has come to love branding, packaging, print, and publication design. As a conceptually driven designer, she attempts to extend beyond project prompts and engage with other topics that challenge a viewer conceptually or visually. When Kensley is not designing, you can find her hiking, trying a new coffee shop, or reading a book with her cat, Opal.
IF THERE WERE NO BARRIERS AND CONSTRAINTS, WHAT PROJECT WOULD YOU WANT TO WORK ON?
I would work on sustainable and environmental design, specifically within exhibition design for museums and educational institutions.
WHAT ARE YOU READING/LISTENING TO/WATCHING?
I am currently reading Designing Design by Kenya Hara and rewatching Grey’s Anatomy fort he fourth time.
WHO IS SOMEONE YOU LOOK UP TO IN YOUR FIELD?
I greatly admire Aaron Draplin’s approach to design and his passion to serve others with his skillset. His craft, kindness, and undying enthusiasm for design inspires me every day.