Kyle focuses on identity, web projects, and collateral for clients including the Boston Society of Architects, ArchitectureBoston, MIT, Berkeley Investments, Harvard Law School, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. Before joining Stoltze Design Group, Kyle was a designer at Jager Di Paola Kemp Design in Burlington, Vermont, where he worked on major branding projects for Nike Bauer Hockey, Burton Snowboards, and Merrell. Kyle’s work has been honored by Communication Arts, Print, Step, and by the Museum of Design in Atlanta for the Graphic Noise exhibition. A selection of his work was published in Alex White’s book Type in Use. Kyle attended the Maryland Institute College of Art and received his BA in graphic design, magna cum laude, from Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford.