Colleen Corcoran is a graphic designer from Texas, living in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of the graphic design MFA program at CalArts and has done work for a variety of public agencies, community organizations and cultural institutions around L.A.
Recent clients include Metro (The Los Angeles County MTA), The City of Santa Monica, The Museum of Contemporary Art, and The Green LA Coalition, and various artists like Elana Mann and Mike Mills.
Her graphic design work has been published in GOOD, Print Magazine, Design Mind, and various print and online publications. She has taught upper-level design courses at the Art Institute of North Hollywood and smaller design workshops for community organizations around LA.
She is also a board member of CicLAvia, an organization that opens LA's streets as a public space for cyclists and pedestrians on Sunday mornings. Her design and advocacy work focuses on ways to use design as a tool for education and positive change within the urban environment.