Leslee Carsewell

Leslee Carsewell

Leslee Carsewell

For 31 years, Leslee Carsewell, educated at Carnegie Mellon University and The Minneapolis College of Art and Design, was an award winning graphic designer. Her work has been profiled, garnering numerous awards internationally, as far away as Japan. She was often asked to judge national competitions and speak across the country. Leslee's work has been featured in the New York Times, The LA and New York Art and Type Directors Annuals, as well as Communication Arts Magazine. Her clients included The San Francisco Symphony, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, a host of corporations and Fortune 500 companies as well as a diverse group of universities. Moving to the Berkshires 14.5 years ago, Leslee rekindled her childhood passion for photography and fine art and used the skills developed in a long career to augment her means of artistic expression. She has taught design, typography, photography and art, both in the classroom and privately. She has had several one person shows in the area and her work is represented in numerous private collections, often working on private commissions. A long time art collector herself, she has a strong, broad knowledge of contemporary art and has a passion for museums and classical music, both well satisfied living in the Berkshires with proximity to New York City and Boston