Graphic & Interactive Design

Paul Sheriff

Paul Sheriff is a graphic designer and educator who specializes in design for the nonprofit sector. His studio, Sheriff Design, has repositioned cultural organizations, such as the Annenberg Center of the University of Pennsylvania, The Grand Opera House of Wilmington Delaware, The Academy of Vocal Arts of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Zoo.
For the past 10 years Paul has been writing and producing the documentary My Sister Hali, a project that utilizes his design skills through the process of cataloging six years of photographic history from the 1960s.
BFA, Temple University, 1984
BA, West Chester University, 1978

Selected Awards and Work
Finalist (2019)
Maryland International Film Festival
Documentary, My Sister Hali

Winner (2018)
Veritas Film Festival
Documentary, My Sister Hali

Finalist (2018)
Amsterdam International Film Festival 
Documentary, My Sister Hali

Sheriff, P. (2009). Empire and its Discontents. American Association of Museums Boston Library
     Collection, Boston, MA.

Sheriff, P. (2006). Pattern Language / Clothing as Communicator. American Association of Museums
     Boston Library Collection, Boston, MA.


Image credit: Temple University Photography / Joseph V. Labolito