Self-proclaimed visual story teller, misfit, rebel, troublemaker. Cassie Clark-Galster combines conceptualization and experiential form exploration through various mediums to create dynamic and visually stimulating works of art. She is currently a hybrid project designer at George P. Johnson where she works as a 3D and 2D designer on experiential story telling through conceptualization of exhibits, events and presentations. Some of her clients include FCA, Chrysler, Fiat, Dodge, Ram, Jeep, Motorola, Lincoln, Volkswagen, Nissan, Infiniti, Toyota, Taylor Swift and Pink. She is also part of the company’s New Business Development working with the "Dream Team" on all new business development, visualizing, presentation and delivery of all pitches.
In addition to her work at George P. Johnson, Clark-Galster is an adjunct professor of interior design courses at the College for Creative Studies. She is also the owner of Form, an interior design firm, and co-founder of Merge, a creative thinking machine with her sister Callie Clark.
- BFA, College for Creative Studies
- Adjunct Faculty