Meghan Doherty

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

Author and Illustrator of "How Not to Be a Dick: An Everyday Etiquette Guide". Freelance graphic designer, illustrator and writer. Eater of ice-cream.


Book Author
2 Years
Graphic Designer
7 Years
10 Years


Arts & Humanities
10 Years
Books & Literature
4 Years
6 Years


Book Publishing Consumer
2 Years
Marketing (in-house) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
6 Years
Online/new media
6 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

10 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Zest Books (3-5), (10+), The Skint (6-10), (1-2), Marc Levin/Blowback Productions (1-2), Power & Motor Yacht Magazine (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

EcoSys (6-10), Bedford Hill Coffee Bar (10+), Nectar Juice Bar (3-5), Bocca Lupo Restaurant (3-5), Strong Place Restuarant (3-5), Design Compendium (3-5), CoSign (1-2), Martin & Orloff (movie) (1-2), Jennifer Bunsa Design Studio (1-2), Henry Winnik Location Scout (1-2)

Other Work History

Continuity Director at Anastos Media Group, Office Manager at EcoSys,

Technical Skills

Illustration (Adobe), Photo Editing (Adobe), Web Design (Muse), Video Editing (Final Cut, Apple), Layout Design, Typography design

Computer Skills

Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, Muse, Flash, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Mac, PC, OS 10, Windows XP


How Not to Be a Dick

Poster illustration and layout design to promote "How Not to Be a Dick".
A hardcover book filled with hilarious real talk on how to stop being such a mess. Honest and straightforward advice with play Dick & Jane inspired illustrations. Dist. by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.


Web banner designed for Brokelyn's Free Summer Events calendar, incorporating logo and brand.
Promotional poster for Brokelyn's Summer Campu Party
Banner design for website for their Fall Events calendar.

Zest Books

Provided illustrations for Zest's publication of "Super Pop!" written by Dan Harmon.


Created logo for training department of a global software company. To be used on all materials, and course advertisements.
Logo design for User Meeting in Paris, while staying true to brand and corporate identity.