Lorelei Grazier
Founder of Grazier Design Works, Lorelei Grazier is a multidisciplinary designer who brings a blend of skill, talent, and good business sense to her work. She enjoys crafting fresh solutions to marketing challenges, synthesizing business and design needs to propel effective communication strategy.

Lorelei launched her career in Budapest, as art director for global design firm, Saatchi & Saatchi. There, she earned her stripes working on multimillion-dollar accounts like Johnson & Johnson and Samsung.

Lorelei was the first American student at the Hungarian Academy of Arts & Crafts, where she concentrated her focus on graphic design. She then earned a master’s degree from the renowned Basel School of Design in Switzerland.

Back in the States, Lorelei worked at New York City design firm Chermayeff & Geismar as an exhibition and graphic designer. One of her clients was the National D-Day Museum. Over the course of this project, she designed materials, managed the installation process, and worked with a team of designers and historians to create the concept and design for the new Pacific phase of the museum.

Lorelei signed on as a visiting professor at American University in Washington, DC, which sparked a passion for teaching that continues today. Since 2001, Lorelei has been an adjunct professor at Northeastern University, The Art Institute of Boston, and Simmons College. She is an active lecturer for various area design programs, providing critical feedback and mentoring to students.

In her spare time, she enjoys experimental photography, snowboarding and mountain biking with her husband Ted and their dog, Lucy.


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