WHO IS TIFFANII?
Principal Owner & Creative Director
Tiffani Sydnor Designs is a full service design studio, specializing in production, interactive and graphic design.
As creative director, manages all aspects of the design process from conception to execution. An experienced and trained designer skilled in 3D design including conceptualization, design development, structural detailing techniques, construction processes and materials, model making, safety, and accessibility. A production manager directing fabrication, preparation, installation and maintenance of set and exhibit components. A veteran print designer executing graphic layouts for various print projects including publications, brochures, signs and packaging, using graphic production software including Adobe CC, Vectorworks, and AutoCAD to achieve a professional quality
product in both large and small format. A brand development strategist skilled in producing collateral and digital media content that is current and optimizes market-facing communications.
As principal owner, administers to multiple clients and overlapping projects with focus on client service, while managing the creation and development of designs, working closely with other team members to implement production schedules, procurements, and staffing, as well as being responsible for all elements to be completed and installed within the time frame and budget specified by the client. Knowledge of the policies and procedures of procurement including creation of Request for Proposals (RFP), requisitions, purchase orders, and contract administration.
What Clients and Colleagues Have to Say
TIFFANI SYDNOR DESIGNS IN THE MEDIA
EXECUTING THE VISION
"The Christmas story took an urban jazzy twist Saturday night at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden during a musical production titled “The Uncut Coming of Christ,” where the story of the birth of the Christ child was set on the “mean streets” of a big city..."
REVIEW: WILD42HOLD WORLD PREMIERE
"On Thursday night, while waiting for the GWU New Plays Festival’s wild42hold to begin, I was transported to an attention-grabbing site. Thanks to the massive set, covered in graffiti, a la Banksy, and the pre-show music (featuring “Let Me Love You” by Ne-Yo, and “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons), I knew we would be visiting a contemporary, moderately urban setting..."
"On Friday evening, Leonard symbolically reprised his role as “corner man” in a boxing ring set up at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden, where he was part of a dramatized sparring session to show that Christian men often need someone to keep them from being “blinded by the Devil” in the match of life."
REVIEW: CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION AT GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
"Tiffani Corley’s minimal set, which depicts a room in a community center; it serves the production very well. The multiple mirrors are an appropriate touch..."