LightBox

Located in the heart of downtown Goshen, LightBox a shared studio workspace and home of designers Anne Berry, Rafael Barahona, Jordan Kauffman and photographer Stuart Meade. We are hardcore! Except Anne; Anne is nice.

LightBox

LightBox
211 South Main Street
Suite B
Goshen, IN 46526

Anne H. Berry

Anne H. Berry

Anne H. Berry is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Cleveland State University. She received her MFA degree in 2008 from Kent State University. In addition to teaching, she works as a freelance designer; her most recent projects include a permanent exhibit for the Civil Rights Heritage Center in South Bend, and identities for the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Social Research and Center for Social Concerns. Her research focuses on design education, design for social impact, and diversity issues within the design profession.

Jordan Kauffman Designs

Jordan A. Kauffman

Jordan Kauffman is a graphic designer that is experienced in both designing for print & web. Particularly interested in design for the social good and the integration of design and education. He is always looking for new projects & opportunities, and is passionate about education and believe that it is a life long commitment, not something that you just do in school. Jordan believes in design for the social good, meaning he strives to do design work that benefits others.

R3 Design

R3 Design

R3 Design offers a full array of services providing clients with customized solutions through beautiful design. R3 Design’s founder is Rafael Barahona, a creative consultant with years of professional experience in design and marketing. Services offered include graphic design, web design, logo design, as well as branding and marketing.

Stuart Meade Photography

Stuart Meade Photography

Stuart Meade is a Goshen photographer and hopeless photo gadget-geek who loves every part of the photographic process. He enjoys taking event and portrait photography utilizing both natural lights and strobes.  He believes that slight photo enhancements are okay but fakes are not. When done right, editing can make photos look more like how we see the world with our own eyes.

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