Meet the staff at Studio Z Design
graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Photography. Zimmerman’s photography is held in a number of permanent collections, including the George Eastman House Museum in Rochester NY. Rachel Zimmerman Photography was established independently in 1994 with a concentration on black and white printing and medical photography with clients at both the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2000 Studio Z was formed to include both print and web design not only diversifying the services offered to clients but created a team driven work environment. Currently, she serves on the Fractured Atlas Council, The Night Market Advisory Council, and advisory committees for Design Philadelphia, Fiber Philadelphia and the art advisory committee of CFEVA. She is a member of Arttable and is also on the executive board of the Old City Arts Association, the board of the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, and is an alumna of Leadership Philadelphia. In 2008 Zimmerman was named one of the region’s “Top 101 Emerging Connectors” and in 2011 was named one of the “76 Creative Connectors” through studies conducted by Leadership Philadelphia.
In 1999 Zimmerman created InLiquid, a non profit visual arts organization, to increase community and visibility for independent artists which includes artists from around the globe.
Boyko graduated from Temple University with a M.A. from the School of Communications specializing in corporate identity and branding he also received a B.A. in Radio, Television and Film graduating with Honors. Boyko has taught media & society and media production at Temple for 4 semesters and has worked as a producer / director at WRLH – TV in Richmond VA where he began working in graphic design. He has worked on branding and graphic design for the University of Pennsylvania, and Presbyterian Medical Center. He worked on the transition of Bell Atlantic and GTE through to Verizon and thereafter. Boyko became a partner in studio z design in 2005. He has been a board member of the non profit art & design organization InLiquid since 2006.
After completing the Visual Communications program at The Art Institute of Philadelphia with honors, Jodi worked in marketing, and as a photographer, before starting at Studio Z Design 1997. After a short time she came to manage the studio as well as head the print design team. Outside of work, she has taken on the role of painter, stage performer, and animal shelter volunteer. She is also slightly obsessed with creating elaborate Halloween costumes. Jodi’s painting ability and attention to detail pair up to make her a master of digital photo enhancement. She uses these skills and various influences to create her own version of Swiss graphic design. If you ask Jodi what she likes best about her position here, she will tell you it’s the friendly relationships she has built with long-time Studio Z Design clients.
Joshua Marowitz has been our lead Web Designer for over 5 years, Along with his front-end design skills in interactive media, his knowledge of web architecture and back-end development allow him to work seamlessly with programmers and clients alike when successfully constructing new projects from the ground up. Before joining Studio Z Design, Joshua was the Art Director of Breslow Partners Public Relations. Beyond his creative responsibilities at Studio Z Design, Joshua Co-Founded and Co-Directs The Light Room Photographic Arts Co-operative. The Light Room allows Joshua to remain active in the photographic arts community by creating and exhibiting his fine art through-out the Philadelphia region and beyond. Joshua received his BFA at University of the Arts.
Cabral Zimele Keita
Cabral graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University where he majored in 3D computer animation and minored in Studio arts. During the summers he worked for Villanova University as a technical consultant. After graduation Cabral interned at Aurora Imaging Company as a video editing intern to hone some of his skills while learning new ones. From there he went on to freelance at GWF Associates before finding himself at Studio Z.