Ross Turner launched his design career in New York City in 1984. Based in California since 1988, Ross is an award-winning designer in the area of retail packaging; he has created graphics for 24-Hour Fitness, Craftsman, Home Depot, Kendall-Jackson, Klutz Toys, Red Bull, Republic of Tea, and Sutter Home Winery among many other national brands. His client list of recognizable national non-profits includes American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, and the Rockefeller Foundation. Major art museums (de Young, Legion of Honor, and Monterey Museum of Art) have been his long-term clients.
- Layout and design studies, Parsons School of Design, New York City
- BA in Liberal Studies and teaching credential, Humboldt State University
- Award-winning film and television actor
After 36 years in the field, Ross retains a passion for design and enjoys working collaboratively with clients to deliver on-brand graphic solutions.