Marta Bernstein is an independent educator and senior designer at Studio Matthews in Seattle. Type and typography are her true passions and the common threads of all her projects. She has a soft spot for 19th Century type, a topic she has been researching for more than ten years.
Marta collaborates with international companies, several start-ups and public institutions. She has a decade long experience in developing identities across various media, and designing wayfinding and EGD systems.
Her teaching roles have included: adjunct professor at Otis College (Los Angeles) and Milan’s Polytechnic, visiting professor in Architecture and Design at University of Navarra and regular lecturer for the Interior Design master at Tongji University, Shanghai.
She is one of the founders of CAST digital type foundry and Nebiolo History research project. Marta completed her B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Graphic Design at Milan’s Polytechnic and her M.Des in type design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.