Across the landscape of brands lies a distinction that resonates,
design that speaks volumes, and carefully chosen words that linger.
At Senta, our multidisciplinary approach to design,
brand identity, art direction, and website design tells your story
and refines your message so it’s seen, heard,
experienced, and best of all, remembered.
Senta is an independent creative boutique offering branding and design from concept through execution. Our projects range from branding start-ups, web design, e-commerce, to all forms of graphic design. Our original creative and copywriting team:
Eileen’s writing experience spans copywriting, journalism, and publishing. Her copywriting clients have included CBS, Financial Engines, Hewlett Packard, Blurb books, Peet’s, and Restoration Hardware, and her feature articles have been published in Sports Illustrated, Publisher’s Weekly, the L.A. Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Eileen was the writer for 24 Hours in Cyberspace, a photojournalism book by Rick Smolan and Jennifer Erwit.
Eileen holds a B.A. from Boston University where she majored in English and minored in Latin, which, by the way, has proven its worth in countless crossword puzzles.
Angela was inspired to take up graphic design by an uncle who designed packaging for high-profile clients like Burger King and Oil of Olay. And although Angela has never ventured into the world of wrinkle cream or hamburgers, she has designed for some impressive national brands. She’s worked as a design and art director for Banana Republic and Old Navy, and her client roster includes MGM Grand Vegas, Levi Strauss, Williams-Sonoma, Sierra Club, and Investor’s Business Daily. Angela got her start as a designer at Gump’s and Morla Design. Since then, she’s refined her specialty – casting talent, directing photography, and creating fresh, eye-catching campaigns for retail clients looking to further define, or redefine, their brands.
Angela holds a B.A. in art history from University of California, Berkeley, and she’s the recipient of Print, Communication Arts, and San Francisco Silver awards.
Scott has designed ad campaigns, editorial spreads, books, logos, identities, branding pieces, and in-store architecture for clients in industries as diverse as high tech, retail, outdoor industry, and yachting. He launched his career at Sailing magazine and went on to become Design Director for American Airlines American Way magazine and Creative Director at McGraw-Hill. Scott has also worked as a senior designer for Morla Design and his client roster includes Levi Strauss, Sony, GAP, and MontBell. Since then, he’s refined his specialty – launching and delivering branding packages including E-commerce websites for start-up’s. He’s also creates fresh, eye-catching campaigns for clients looking to further define, or redefine, their brands.
Scott holds a B.F.A. from University of North Texas where he majored in graphic design and minored in marketing. He’s the recipient of awards including: American Graphic Design Annual, Graphis, Print Magazine, (three) Print Regional Design Annual, Creativity 32 Design Annual, Western Publications Association Maggie awards, Press Club of Dallas Katie awards (southwest regional), Lowell Thomas Silver Award, and (two) national Clarion awards for overall Best Magazine.