owner, creative director
Martin Nibali has a resolute creative spirit. His degree concentration from Marymount Manhattan reads "Studio Art", but before synergy was a buzz word Martin was finding ways to weave communications theory into art history and production design to fashion an individualized path.
During his creative development, Mr. Nibali apprenticed with sculptor/performance artist John Bjerklie, assisted legendary glass pioneers Peter VanderLaan and Mary Beth Bliss, and produced stop-motion animation for Nickelodeon and CBS Saturday morning cartoons.
A recognized regional expert on design for print, he has lectured at the Baltimore InDesign User's Group and helps moderate their online discussions.
With almost 20 years experience in design for print and the technical demands of putting ink on paper, Martin sees in the new social media landscape a great opportunity for companies to utilize the internet as a tool to develop relationships with their customers that go beyond buying and selling.
"There is no inevitability where there is a willingness to pay attention." McLuhan