MFA, Yale Univ. BA, Columbia Univ.
Julie Cho is a graphic designer and educator. She is partner in a 3-person, women-owned design practice called Omnivore, based in Brooklyn/Portland/Los Angeles and founded in 2002. Over the past 18 years, they have worked on a wide range of projects always anchored by a strong collaborative approach. They have been recognized by the AIGA, Type Director’s Club and the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography and are in the permanent collection of the Department of Architecture and Design at The Art Institute of Chicago. Independently, Julie has been Assistant Professor in graphic design at Otis College of Art and Design in the undergraduate/graduate departments as well as a co-partner in the design collaboration The Slow Season with Katie Hanburger. In 2017 she co-founded Thick Press, with Erin Segal, social worker and social work academic. Thick Press is a publishing practice making and distributing books related to care work and the work of care. Based on a strong belief in the book as object, the press lives at the intersection of social work, design, and publishing. Julie received a BA in history/sociology from Columbia University with a minor in visual arts. She received her MFA in graphic design from Yale University School of Art in 2007.
monograph for artist Charles Atlas from Regency Arts Press, "No More Play" by Michael Maltzan, ed. Jessica Varner; Friends of the High Line Spring Benefit materials; "Dance/Draw" exhibition catalogue for the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston; catalogue for "Paint Things" for the DeCordova Museum + Sculpture Park; Princeton University School of Architecture; Michael J Fox Foundation, Soho Rep Theater, The Moth, New York Magazine, The New York Times.
Partner, Omnivore, Inc.