As Italian artist and designer Bruno Munari wrote in his book Design As Art, “When the objects we use everyday and the surroundings we live in have become in themselves a work of art, then we shall be able to say that we have achieved a balanced life.” I believe that design is a platform of communication that can bring us all together in open dialogue.

During my time at Furman University, I double-majored in art and Asian studies while learning the ropes as a student designer in the college’s in-house marketing department. After graduation, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia to work at The Jones Group (now Brand Fever). My work there included projects for Coca-Cola, Georgia-Pacific, the High Museum of Art, and AmericasMart Atlanta.

Currently I am a designer at EM2, focusing on brand work for universities, independent schools, and non-profits. My recent work has encompassed a wide range of media, including print, web, environmental installation, and video. Current and past clients include Hope College, Clemson University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Oglethorpe University, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Fight for Light, Marist School, and Mount Vernon Presbyterian School.

Print Magazine
UnderConsideration FPO
UCDA Design Awards
Engage Furman Magazine


Email me: drewsisk@gmail.com.

Give me a call: 864.630.3768.