Jessie Lee is a senior graphic design student at the 
School of Visual Arts in NYC.

She has been awarded the Silas H. Rhodes Scholarship 
for four consecutive years. Prior to attending SVA, she studied Global Business at Kangwon National University 
in South Korea. Currently, she is gaining experience by taking a Google certificate course in digital marketing.


Her professional work includes serving as a graphic designer and production manager at a Korean online 
food delivery service corporation, as well as freelance 
work designing posters for a variety of clients. Her design work focuses on branding, typography, advertising, 
and motion graphics.

Her school projects encompass rebranding for A24, Complexcon, and Spoonbill Books, alongside the 
creation of a Nissan JDM fashion collection. Additionally, she recently collaborated with artificial intelligence 
image-making to publish a zine featuring portraits of fictional WW2 war dogs and their recollections.