Pamela Fogg

Creative Director

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Pamela Fogg guides the overall visual tone of communications coming out of Middlebury. She establishes the conceptual and stylistic direction for a variety of projects ranging from admissions recruitment materials to fundraising and web content. She oversees a staff of in-house designers and videographers and orchestrates the contributions of several freelance designers, videographers, photographers and illustrators. Pam is the chief designer for the award winning Middlebury Magazine.

Since she began working in higher education, she has been involved with UCDA (University and College Designers Association) and CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education). She has served on the UCDA board of directors, is a past president, created and chaired a committee on sustainability, co-chaired several design conferences and served as a judge for their annual design competition. She has been a frequent judge and speaker for CASE—most recently co-chairing the 2017 Editor's Forum. Pam is also a big fan and member of the SPD (Society of Publication Designers) and served on the board of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Artists) VT.

Pamela has worked in higher education for 19 years and in design for 31. She received her B.F.A. in advertising and design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Prior to her arrival at Middlebury, Pam was design director at South Street Seaport Museum and senior designer at Rizzoli Publications, both in NYC.