Joseph Marsh

Joseph Marsh

Problem solver working in the creative industry


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Creative problem solving is not an insular process. The method in which I approach all my projects begins with the seed of an idea, and nurturing that idea into practical solutions.

I have experience in branding and identity, print and web solutions, organization/non profit development, event planning and promotion, copy writing/blogging, and new media/social media expertise.
Work History
  • March 2013 - Present



    I am a contributor on, an online publication delivering quality editorials on technology and design.
  • February 2012 - Present

    Design Manager

    Mountain Springs Church

    Manager for all design and brand material both digital and print, internal and external, and social media, for multi-campus ministry.
  • May 2010 - October 2011

    Co Director

    Bordo Bello

    As Co-Director for planning Bordo Bello, a skateboard deck art fundraiser, I was in charge of many aspects of the planning process for this popular event as well as co-managing a planning committee for the event.

    Bordo Bello continues to grow and gain recognition. In its third year we raised $15,000 and had 650 attend the one night event, with 280 local and international award winning designers and artists participating. In it's fourth year we raised $25,000 with over 800 in attendance.
  • August 2010 - May 2012

    Partnership Director

    AIGA Colorado

    As the Partnership Director for AIGA Colorado I was responsible for developing sponsorship relationships and opportunities with like minded businesses and organizations in and outside of Colorado as it related to our chapter initiatives, goals and events.

    I have worked with Behance, Pinball Publishing,, Threadless, Veer, Integer, AdamsMorioka, Jessica Hische, Public School, Will Bryant, Odell Brewing Company, and many more in my capacity as Partnership Director.
  • January 2009 - August 2012

    Congressional District Leader

    ONE Campaign

    As a Congressional District Leader for the ONE Campaign I was responsible for grass roots organizing with my fellow team leaders on extreme poverty advocacy.

    This included mentoring potential leaders, as well as developing positive relationships with our congressional leaders (Executive Branch as well as Legislative Branch), and with members of our local community. We educated and advocated for the world's poorest people. I have lobbied Congress twice in this capacity on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
  • March 2010 - January 2011

    Contract Designer

    Monigle Associates

    As a contract designer working at Monigle I worked on various projects ranging from identity and logo development, website design, environmental graphics, to client-specific campaigns. My experience here includes but is not limited to production tasks and concept to print.
  • May 2009 - August 2009

    Freelance Designer

    Oblique Design

    I worked on several projects as a freelancer at Oblique Design including several projects for BMW including web banners and a t shirt designed specifically for a women's motorcycle gathering in Aspen, Colorado.

    My experience here includes production tasks, concept to print, web and digital design, and clothing design.
  • May 2010 - August 2010

    Membership Chair

    AIGA Colorado

    As the Membership Chair for AIGA Colorado I was responsible for assisting the Membership Director in developing the membership aspect for our chapter. During my tenure as Membership Chair I created a membership brochure containing information on our chapter and AIGA in general. I also represented AIGA National at the HOW design conference in May, 2010 at the AIGA Lounge in the membership capacity.
  • BFA, concentration Communicati

    Metropolitan State University of Denver

    2005 - 2009