I'm an art director, graphic designer and creative thinker. Recent projects include work for Lyft, Twitter, Airbnb, Apartment Therapy, The KITCHN, Foursquare and Hearst. Nonprofit work includes The SETI Institute (yes, the one searching for life in outer space), End the Backlog, and materials for Howard Schultz’s 2020 presidential run.
In 2018-2019 I was the art director of Snapchat’s Thrillist channel at Group Nine Media where I led a team of four video editors. We created humorous videos and motion graphics for an audience ages 15-25. On average each month the channel had 18.57 million views, 1.55 million minutes watched and 2 million unique viewers.
In 2017 I was on the launch team of AirBnb’s travel magazine at Hearst. From 2012-2015 I was the Art Director of Travel + Leisure. Previously I worked at TIME magazine and The New York Times Magazine. I’ve also had stints at MIT Technology Review, Fast Company, Domino, Blueprint, Rolling Stone, O, The Oprah Magazine, Nylon and New York.
My work has been recognized by The Society of Publication Designers, ASME, and others.
I studied graphic design and illustration at Rhode Island School of Design.
Get in touch:
julia.moburg (at) gmail.com