An accomplished artist, Kodi Seaton boasts a unique balance of creative and technical proficiency, coupled with a strong background in print and design. He has helped small businesses, startups and non-profits develop brand identities and marketing strategies. A graduate of Wilmington University in New Castle, DE, his expertise ranges from advertisements, web design, logos, illustrations and other high-visibility projects, leading companies toward long-term vision, and helping them to strengthen their message across platforms.
He spent eight years as a Graphic & Production Artist for Wilmington, DE based Gannett newspaper The News Journal, preparing ads for daily publication. In 2003, he developed his own agency, The Un Group, balancing creativity, adaptability and accuracy with a solid foundation in the arts, serving a client base as diverse as the annual Urbanworld Film Festival, the Council of Urban Professionals, and the Northeast Corridor Commission.
Currently based in Washington DC, he specializes in conceptualizing and developing infographics, interactive elements, reports and illustrations for a highly regarded non-profit organization. His work has been displayed in Times Square, publications (The New York Times, Uptown, Vibe), television (MSNBC, CBS, ABC, etc.), and retweeted by the First Lady Michelle Obama.
In addition to graphic design, Kodi is also an accomplished singer and a burgeoning writer. His varied background also includes appearances in print campaigns and commercials. In his spare time, he mentors aspiring teen artists in his home state of Delaware as well as devotes time to being a “Big Brother” for the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.