GISELLE CAMPOS

Associate Creative Director

With a creative mind and a contagious passion for design, Giselle’s ability to rapidly create eye-catching, cutting-edge and most importantly, effective collateral along with her impressive portfolio has led her to establish her role as a Senior Art Director, and eventually Associate Creative Director.

Giselle has worked in both digital and traditional media and her experience encompasses user interface design, social media marketing, fashion photography, branding and more. Her adaptive style has made her successful in designing for brands in a broad range of industries for clients such as Posh Lingerie, Jewish Federation of San Diego, Animal Farm Foundation, Saborama Couture, The Student Aid Institute and more.

Giselle attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and holds a degree in Graphic Design Branding. Throughout her work history, Giselle has functioned in various capacities, repeatedly proving her talent as a creative designer at NuWorld Interactive while simultaneously establishing her own publication, RG Magazine and serving as guest art director for publications and recording artists. In her development of RG Magazine, she led art and creative direction and produced photography and design while managing a team of various freelance copywriters, photographers and editors.

Since joining the InnoVision team in January 2013 as Art Director, Giselle has made a visible impact, taking the lead on creative projects for a wide range of clients on multiple media with a focus in web development utilizing WordPress, Shopify and Magento. Contributing to both the back-end and public-facing sides of every website InnoVision designs, Giselle has a complex understanding of the technical requirements for these websites and how they integrate into the user interface for a successful end product, and a user friendly experience. Her great talent and work ethic not only proves why she stands as an Associate Creative Director at InnoVision, but also exemplifies how far she’s come.