Brian Jones, Founder/Principal

Brian Jones founded Graphicmachine to help elevate the A/E/C professions through modern, authentic marketing. Before founding Graphicmachine, Brian worked in small and large architecture firms in New York City. He understands firsthand the business and aesthetic needs of other design professionals and has developed creative solutions that deliver measurable results for small, mid-sized and large firms across the country. His ability to think several steps ahead creates opportunities for clients and saves them from costly missteps.

Brian graduated from the College of Architecture, Planning & Design at Kansas State University, where he was an editor of the award-winning architecture journal Oz.

He is a member of the Downtown Council of Kansas City and an advisor for Art in the Loop. He is an accomplished photographer as well as a big fan of robots and dinosaurs.

You can view his Creative Mornings talk here

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