Meet Ted DeCagna, Award-Winning Graphic Designer / Photographer
Ted DeCagna is an award-winning graphic designer with 27 years of experience in the field that he loves. He worked for several prestigious New York design firms and New Jersey ad agencies before opening his own business and he is ready to put his talents and ingenuity to work for you on an array of projects that promote your business.
Ted’s Graphic Design Clients
Ted has designed numerous pieces for major corporations including American Standard and Dun Bradstreet, but specializes in servicing the promotional and advertising needs of small and mid-sized businesses throughout the New York metro area. His clients span many industries and include American Standard/Trane, Anderson Consulting, Century 21 Worden & Green Real Estate, Delaney Restaurant Realty, Delice Global, Dun & Bradstreet, Gibraltar Van Lines, Hoechst Celanese Corp., Jersey Ice Corp., JC Kapas Real Estate, Mobil Oil Corp., New Brunswick Cardiology Group, Pavelec Golf Course Construction, PMC Paving Materials & Constructions, Rahway Cancer Center, Simpson & Brown Marine & Land Construction, and Veeco Transportation Services.
Ted’s Graphic Design Honors
As of October 2015, Ted has received 32 designs and 3 photography “Awards of Excellence” and has 48 designs and photographs published in numerous national design and photography annuals. Ted earned his BFA degree in graphic design and art direction from one of the foremost design colleges in the country, Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Ted was also honored to be invited back to his alma mater as a visiting instructor, where he taught classes in design procedures.
A Designer You Can Work With
Contact Ted DeCagna to discuss your business goals or graphic design and promotional needs. Ted can help you define and communicate your skills, services or products in the most creative and effective ways. Let our outstanding design, photography and copy impress your prospective clients and draw new business to your door. Our rates are very reasonable and tight deadlines are not an obstacle.