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Acting Director of Creative Services
Brandon Ballog joined the Wexner Center in 2013, serving first in the role of graphic designer and then becoming senior graphic designer in 2016 before his appointment as acting creative director in 2019. Across his roles, Ballog has crafted visual designs to effectively communicate and promote the multidisciplinary activities of the Wexner Center in the form of award-winning publications, exhibition graphics, and multichannel marketing campaigns. He was the lead designer of materials for several programs and initiatives including the exhibitions Catherine Opie: Portraits and Landscapes, Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life, and Inherent Structure; the ongoing Picture Lock and Cinema Revival series; and the center’s bimonthly calendar of events.
Prior to coming to the Wex, Ballog worked as an in-house graphic designer at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (de Young Museum and Legion of Honor). There he developed a foundation for museum-focused ideation and execution as lead designer of their members magazine, Fine Arts, and by working on large-scale exhibition graphics for a robust yearly rotation of special exhibitions. His other nonprofit experience includes a fellowship at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
Ballog earned both a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design and a bachelor of science in visual communications from Ohio University, Athens.