Becki Kozel is a human woman from New York (allegedly). For nearly 10 years she has worked in branding, exhibition, advertisement, and publication design. She is also a classically trained illustrator specializing in portraiture and editorial work. Her work has been featured by Ad Age, Awwwards, and Readymag.
Her clients include Google, YouTube, Uber, Delta Airlines, Citibank, HPE, Chrysler, Kikkoman, Seattle Art Fair, StarChefs, Gaylord Hotels, Wacom, the city of New York, Fatherly, Art Market Productions, Primrose Schools, Street FC, The Company Store, Overlook Press, and more. She is committed to nonprofit work in the restaurant industry and provides pro-bono or low-cost work for several nonprofits including Restaurants After Dark and The Restaurant Workers Community Foundation.
She is a co-founder, managing partner, and creative director of The Bad Collective, a female-owned creative studio in New York City, established in 2018.
Becki was formerly an accomplished cheesemonger (true!) and is currently a lover of hip-hop, spicy foods, cool rocks, scotch, and professional wrestling.