Rowan Moore-Seifred’s design expertise stems from more than 3 decades of experience serving a variety of clients locally, nationally, and internationally by creating identity systems, advertising campaigns, book design, and all forms of branding and marketing materials. Locally, Rowan is renown as the creator of Sustainable Connection’s “Buy Local” campaign, which has resulted in phenomenal success and
far-reaching impacts for building Sustainable Connections’ identity, the city of Bellingham’s commerce, and the sustainable community.
Well practiced in creating results-driven campaigns and marketing efforts in Whatcom County,
Rowan has earned a positive reputation as a creative director and designer, adaptable to the changing needs of her clients while consistently producing penetrating and effective campaigns. In addition to contributing to the overwhelming success of Sustainable Connections, Rowan also is responsible for the Bellingham Farmers Market branding and marketing, which resulted in the tripling of market sales, an 85% increase in participating vendors, and the $2.5 million construction of the Depot Market Square. Locally, Rowan also has worked on Bellingham’s Campaign for the Arts (logo, website, ads) for the Whatcom Community Foundation, as well as serving private businesses, non profits and governmental organizations. She is an advisory board member of the Whatcom Community College Graphic Arts Program.
Prior to founding DoubleMRanch Design in 1994, Rowan served as Art Director at A&M Records in Los Angeles. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Communication Design from The Otis College of Art and Design in 1986. In 25 years in Whatcom County, Rowan has built up a substantial graphic profile that is unbound by convention and sought after by a host of clients – from international corporations to local non profits.