Sharon Brooks Promoted to Principal: Business Development

Selbert Perkins Design is pleased to announce the promotion of Sharon Brooks to Principal of Business Development. Over the past 5 years as Marketing Director, Sharon has proven herself as both an eager collaborator as well as a results-driven leader, contributing greatly to SPD and our clients.

“Sharon is an amazing human being! She is super supportive of her fellow team members, clients and projects. The most important thing to me is her approach and amazing attitude. She has a unique combination of creative talent along with an analytical and strategic approach to business, which she joyfully applies daily to her work. I am elated that she is a part of our team.” 

– John Lutz, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design

In her new role, she will be responsible for continuing to build relationships with current and future clients, helping them integrate Branding, Wayfinding & Placemaking to drive economic success. Sharon will expand our client-centered service and focus for SPD, providing even more value to the team and our clients.

Please join us in congratulating Sharon on her well-deserved promotion and in celebrating the future relationships she will build, nurture and grow.

Recent Projects

The Eddystone

Detroit, MI Located in the heart of District Detroit, the Eddystone is a redevelopment of the historic Eddystone Hotel built in 1924. SPD worked closely with Olympia Development and Kraemer Architects to design the logo and branding for this iconic building as well as a complete exterior and interior environmental

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Waterside District – Branding

Norfolk, VA Waterside District in Norfolk, VA, is a $40 million overhaul and rebranding of Norfolk’s iconic Waterside Festival Marketplace. Selbert Perkins Design created the new branding and environmental graphic design for the marketplace, including an iconic rooftop sign that can be seen throughout the city, exterior & interior murals,

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Tradesman Coffee Shop and Lounge

Boston, MA SPD created the new visual identity and brand collateral for Tradesman Coffee Shop and Lounge, located in the Hilton Hotel, in Boston’s financial district. The imagery references the unique character of Boston and integrates artifacts of world travel and cuisine. Branding Brochure

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