The Double Six Design culture is driven by collaboration, not egos.
While friends hosted pretend tea parties for Barbie Dolls, Beth Leonardo was busily dissecting packaging structures. Beth’s early love of package design would later see her earn specialized design degrees from the Academy of Art University and Connecticut College. For the past 13 years, her real-world design industry experience has taken her from the valleys of the Napa wine industry, to designing boutique food packaging for stores like Williams-Sonoma and Whole Foods Market. Beth serves as the guiding hand that comfortably helps clients navigate the branding and design process to meet their goals. Her commitment to excellence is only surpassed by her enthusiasm for the relationships she helps maintain as a principal of Double Six Design and its Creative Director.
Marcus Carini is Double Six Design’s Brand Strategist and tell-it-like-it-is, go-to guy. Introduced to the design industry during a grade school trip to a graphic design agency in San Diego, California, Marcus was instantly drawn to the duality of the ‘business side of creativity’ — and he hasn’t looked back since. His 11 years of experience working on large-scale, strategic projects for national and global brands like Safeway and Hewlett Packard, helps him zero-in on the ever-elusive target consumer for clients. Armed with a degree from the Academy of Art University and offset by his innate sense of form meets function, Marcus effectively bridges the gaps that often separate right-brained gestalt and left-brained rational business thinking.