John Cheng is a designer and illustrator who mixes classical art techniques with modern aesthetics.
A lifelong creator and tinkerer, John is skilled in a variety of processes —including printmaking, silk screening, drawing, painting, model molds, and photography — that allow him to bring any idea to life across media.
Previously, John oversaw branding and visual identity for City of Hope’s Hope Sweat and Cures campaign, their annual Celebrity Softball Game held in Nashville, Tennessee, and their float in the 2016 Rose Parade. While working for the University of Southern California, John oversaw the creative direction of campus entertainment events featuring Esperanza Spaulding, Andrew Bird, Eddie Izzard, Rain Wilson, Scott Hoying, Rozzi Crane, and more, and art directed posters and marketing campaigns for the School of Dramatic Arts.
Daniel Chou is a designer and web developer with a passion for storytelling.
Coming from a communications and public relations background, Daniel honed his skills in branding, community building, media engagement, and content marketing while working at Weber Shandwick, where he represented General Motors, CKE Restaurants (Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s), Hewlett-Packard, Verizon, Pepsi, and Bandai America Incorporated.
His redesign and management of the General Motors Western Region Communications blog won the 2010 Bronze SABRE Award. In 2008, he earned the University of Southern California’s Cardinal Award for his work reimagining the interactivity of the USC Housing website. Prior to that, he was part of the design team at the washingtonpost.com creating the digital experience for what would later garner the Washington Post the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service for their coverage exposing the mistreatment of wounded veterans at Walter Reed Hospital.