Mel Gallipeau is an American Designer, located just outside of Washington, D.C.
She specializes in exhibit design, print design, and branding. With a keen eye for detail, her work is known for its vibrancy, cohesion, and what she calls “maximalist minimalism”— minimalist in clutter, and maximalist in color and skill.
With client experiences across a range of industries including museums, federal and county government, universities, and a copious amount of freelance clients, she has had the opportunity to work with organizations such as the National Park Service, the Calvert Marine Museum, the Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, and the Bureau of Engraving, to name a few.
Calvert County Department of Economic Development
Calvert County Department of Highway Maintenance
Calvert County Department of Natural Resources
Calvert County Department of Parks and Recreation
Calvert County Sheriffs’ Department
Catoctin Furnace Historical Society
Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
Green-walled Garden Club
Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum
Our Lady Star of the Sea School
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Treasury Department, Bureau of Engraving and Printing