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Hung Pham

Senior Graphic Designer

Hung Pham is an award-winning Graphic Designer at Streetsense, where he is crafting an ever-increasingly impressive portfolio of design work in the hospitality and real estate industry. His understanding of emotional branding and a balanced aesthetic drives his impeccable design sensibilities. Born in Vietnam and raised in the US, Hung has had the best of both worlds when it comes to cultural education. He possesses a particular flair for crafting decidedly modern graphics with an international flavor.


Hung studied Graphic Design at the Art Institute of Washington, where he graduated with top honors and received the prestigious Best in Show and Washingtonian Award for his various charitable design work while at college. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree, he was immediately recruited as a graphic designer at Tasty Concepts, a unique boutique design agency in Washington DC. While there, he created logos, websites, signage, and various collateral for high-end clients, including The Ritz-Carlton, Marriot, Hyatt, and various celebrity chefs such as Michel Richard, Jose Andres and Eric Ripert. Hung’s work while at Tasty Concepts earned him numerous design awards from GDUSA. Most recently, he has received an award and multiple accolades for his book cover design on JS Basnet’s novel, Joiyce.


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