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Supreme Clientele Design Agency partners with likeminded daydreamers, trendsetters, and disrupters to produce marketing campaigns, responsive interfaces, brand manuals, and more.

Founded
4/10/14(issa palindrome)
Headquarters
Steel City(Pittsburgh, PA)
Members
One-woman show(I slay)

Selected Works

What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker

Book jacket design and author photo for the debut memoir (Ecco/Harper Collins) by award-winning writer, editor, and satirist Damon Young.

Carnegie Art Associates

Marketing, PR, consulting, and art direction as an executive board member for a new membership and programming tier at Carnegie Museum of Art.

The World is Ours

Creative direction, branding, packaging design, graphic design, photography, & promo for a craft beer collab that debuted at Fresh Fest 2018, the nation's first Black brewery festival.

PF/PCA Exhibitions

Marketing, public relations, copywriting, social media content creation, graphic design, photography, and videography for an non-profit arts organization's exhibitions program.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers Cinema

Marketing, public relations, copywriting, social media content creation, graphic design, photography, and videography for an non-profit arts organization's cinema program.

PF/PCA Education

Marketing, public relations, project management, social media content creation, graphic design, and photography for a non-profit arts organization's visual arts schools and fellowship programs.

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Shop

Marketing, PR, social media content creation, graphic design, and product photography for a store representing over 200 artists located within the most prominent art gallery in the region.

Black Youth Project

UX/UI design, front end dev, and a custom Wordpress theme for an online platform that highlights the voices, experiences, and ideas of Black youth ages 18-30.

Black to the Future

Art direction and graphic design for a human rights and reproductive justice organization's annual fundraising gala.

Durand Bernarr

Creative Direction, styling, photography, EP booklet design, UX/UI design, front end dev, and a custom Wordpress theme for singer/songwriter and Erykah Badu background vocalist Durand Bernarr.

1839 Mag

Creative direction, photography & photo editing, social media management, UX/UI design & dev, identity, branding, and custom WordPress theme for a Pittsburgh-based Black arts and culture magazine.

Me

sarah huny young
Creative Director

sarah huny young is a creative director, visual artist, photographer, event curator, and DJ. Born in Denver and bred in NYC, huny previously enjoyed senior and director tenures at BET/Viacom and VIBE Magazine before moving to Pittsburgh to form start-up agency Supreme Clientele. More recently, huny served as Director of Marketing & Communications at Pittsburgh Filmmakers / Center for the Arts, a non-profit arts organization, and has contributed to Pittsburgh City Paper as a freelance photographer. Currently, her event collective, Darkness is Spreading, is in residence at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh and Allsummr.

A veteran of the tech industry, huny launched her first website in 1999 and is roundly considered a web design pioneer. Her expansive projects over the years include The Women’s Freedom Conference: a 12-hour digital conference that centered women of color worldwide; 1839: a Pittsburgh-based magazine that offered a nuanced perspective of race, politics, the arts, and culture in the city and beyond; and AMERICAN WOMAN, an award-winning portrait and documentary series about Black American women that received the Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh grant in 2016. AMERICAN WOMAN has been on-view at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh (Feb – June 2018) and Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild as part of the Action.Movement.Revolution exhibition (Jan 14 – April 5, 2019).

huny is a graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts, a founding and executive board member of Carnegie Museum of Art’s Carnegie Art Associates, one of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “12 People to Meet in Pittsburgh 2018”, “Who’s Next in Art” via Incline Magazine, and #72 on The Root 100 (2017), an annual list of the most influential African-Americans.

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