Sandy Riley earned her BFA from Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, and has been designer and project manager at tomsheehan worldwide, the Reading-based marketing and strategic communications firm, for 25 years.
In that time, she has worked on more than 5,000 individual client projects. She also serves on the Advertising Design Advisory Committee for the Reading Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center.
“I have an appreciation for great design — whether it’s a well-designed logo, a website or a home. My favorite work is clean and simple graphic design, and my most recognizable work includes the logo for B&G Glass and the original logo for Sweet Street Desserts, both located in Reading.”
“I’ve been a jazz fan for almost 20 years and love discovering artists and albums that are new to me. I was happy to contribute my time to create this year’s merchandise logo — to look at graphic ways to represent some of my favorite memories of past Berks Jazz Fests.”
Sandy lives in Reading with her husband, Maurice.