Carla Rozman is an Artist and Graphic Designer specializing in branding, website design and compelling graphics for marketing and sales. She is the former Art Director of Chronogram magazine and worked with Woody Pirtle (Pentagram, Pirtle Design.) Carla is a Special Projects Designer for the Smithsonian in Washington and lectures on Design and Visual Communication. She has a Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts from SUNY New Paltz, studied at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and received a full scholarship to the Lacoste School of the Arts in France. Her first solo show of paintings exhibited in 2016; she then painted large-scale portraits at Kovo, as featured in Vogue. She has many clients in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Branding, Logos & Identities
Art & Illustration
Websites & Social Media
Magazine & Editorial Design
Business Marketing & Strategy
Copywriting & Editing
Public Speaking

“Brilliant, fast, discerning. A consummate pro.”
Kemp Battle, Tucker Capital

“One of the best designers we’ve worked with.”
Barbara Rehm, Smithsonian

“Great design on-time and on-budget.”
Woody Pirtle, Pirtle Design

“Sharp, smart, powerful.”
Ellen Shapiro, Shapiro Design Associates

“Easy to work with. Professional, articulate.”
Angelika Rinnhofer, Photographer

“Highly diverse in her design scope.”
Peter Heymann, Marketing Consultant

“Of all my students this summer, none showed more promise of becoming an accomplished artist than Carla Rozman. Her energy level is so high, her intuitive sensing of things so accurate, so pure, so charged, she’ll “go the full route.”
Gustaf Sobin, Lacoste School of the Arts

“One of the most talented people I know.”
Teresa Kahres, T Kahres Jewelry