Fred J. DeVito
Over 20 years experience as an
Art Director/Graphic Designer in the Advertising and Design profession. Revlon, Bloomingdale’s, Carnegie Hall — where he held positions prior to starting his advertising and design studio. (His first week at Revlon, Vogue contacted him to join them, he stayed at Revlon.)
The scope of his work — Integrated marketing communications: advertising, promotion and editorial design. The focus — fashion and beauty, complemented with corporate branding and imaging, and non-profit.
Clients: American Museum of Natural History, Ann Taylor, Bergdorf Goodman, Burson-Marsteller, Clint Eastwood – Tehama, Diane Von Furstenberg, Environmental Advocates, Gap, Grey, Hermes, Karl Largerfeld, National Retail Federation, Nine West, MAC Cosmetics, McCann, Maidenform, Marin Media Works, Perry Ellis, SPCA, The Body Shop, Kenmar Group, and Zeitlin Optik.
His Advertising campaigns have appeared in: Allure, American Vogue, Bazaar, Chronogram, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Esquire, Flare, French Vogue, GQ, Interview, Italian Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue, Mademoiselle, Menswear Daily, New York Magazine, Self, The Boston Globe,The East Hampton Star, The New York Times and Magazine, The Saratogian, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, W Magazine, Women’s Wear Daily, and Vanity Fair.
Industry publications which featured and awarded his work: Art Directors Club Annual, Graphis Annual, Photographis, Print and Art Direction Magazines.
Shopping Bag Beauty Installation
Debuted at The City Reliquary Museum in Williamsburg, NY and continued to the Art Takes Miami Exhibit.
To World Trade Center: all times Photographic and Film Documentary
The video debuted at the Big Screen Plaza in Manhattan, and featured on Chronogram Magazine’s website in September 2011.
Adjunct Professor: City University of New York, Marist College Fashion Program, Marymount Manhattan College, Parsons The New School for Design, and New York University.