Tammy’s considerable experience includes stints at Teleflora, FAO Schwarz, Vera Wang Home, and The Franklin Mint, where she directed the jewelry direct mail group before joining LevLane in 2011. But she’s also a woman of highly-specific tastes: The Moore College of Art graduate has a serious thing for 1920s Bakelite bracelets and mid-century furniture, and she and her daughter are practically regulars at the Hell’s Kitchen and Chelsea Flea Markets – Andy Warhol’s favorite place to hang, she’ll tell you. She has distilled these disparate influences into an incredible talent for creating logos, marks, and icons. Spend an afternoon canvassing Philadelphia and you’re bound to see some of her work: the Departments of Revenue and Licenses & Inspection, Philadelphia Horticultural Society, Center City District, and far too many others to list here have Tammy to thank for a brand that is aligned with their objective and audience. She has also lent her talent to Taco Bell and KFC’s headquarters, Kennedy Health Alliance, Falcon Capital Partners, and Willow Financial Bank.