Meet Amy Grove, artist and problem solver. Amy applies both passions as she helps Bailey Brand Consulting clients overcome challenges—from being lost in a crowded category to clarifying positioning and identity to delivering extreme packaging makeovers. She relishes the potential for what she calls “design accidents,” in which great design is discovered rather than created.
Amy’s experience with Bailey dates back nearly 20 years to when she was a college intern. She started as a full-time junior designer in 1994 and assumed her current role in 2011 (and she still loves being part of Bailey’s fun, talented team). In between, she founded and ran Amy Grove Design, which served Advanta Design Lab, Rev Group and Stellarvisions, among other clients.
Amy has taught in the Graphic Design Department of Moore College of Art & Design, and you can find her work in Designing Brand Identity by Alina Wheeler. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Art (Studio) from Wesleyan University, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from The University of the Arts.