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Graphic Designer for print

With over 35 years in the graphic trenches, there's nothing Ross hasn't seen or done. An expert in the field of political design, Ross has also built a solid following designing for major non-profits, private schools, and businesses large and small. Here's a brief timeline of successes...

1984 Ross Turner starts his first design studio (Mechanical Man Graphics) in New York City. Early clients include Vogue-Butterick, Bloomingdales, Jordache, and Rockaways' Playland Amusement Park.


1988 Ross returns to his native state of California.


1989 Earns Best in Show and multiple first and second place honors for Photography.


1992 to 2001 Ross designs four-color magazines; supervises production for a wine label printer; serves as creative director for an international fine jewelry designer; and creates product packaging and point-of-purchase store displays. Packaging clients include 24-Hour Fitness, Craftsman, Home Depot, Kendall-Jackson, Klutz Toys, Red Bull, Republic of Tea, Sutter Home Winery.


2000 Package designs featured in Print Magazine Regional Design Annual.


2001 First place for Distinguished Achievement in Display Merchandising.


2008 to Current Completes over 100 political and public relations campaigns - races ranging from San Francisco's Board of Supervisors to the United States Congress.

Ross Turner used to perform stand-up comedy with the late Robin Williams. As an award-winning actor, Ross has appeared in over 25 feature films and his television credits include series on Netflix, Hulu, NHK (Japan), Lifetime, National Geographic Channel, and oddly enough, QVC.


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