Renee Innis is a branding and design strategist, communications director, and event producer. She is the Co-Owner of Rinse Design, a local design studio that delivers strategy, branding, and communications for businesses and organizations driving social impact, and the Co-Founder of the Design Corps.
From 2017-2021, she was the Design & Communications Manager for the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI)— where she elevated SFAI’s brand by designing advertising campaigns, communications materials, their Tilt Podcast branding, and their new website in 2020.
Rinse Design’s branding projects span from San Francisco’s International Art Fair, FOG, to award-winning Kansas City restaurants, Justus Drugstore and Black Dirt, to local brands such as Verde, Horizons Sustainable Financial Services, New Mexico Health Equity Partnership, and UpSpring Associates. She was the Senior Designer for the ReBrand 100 Award Winner, Lovelace Health System Campaign, at Kilmer Kilmer Marshall Duran in Albuquerque and held the Art Director position at Cisneros Design in Santa Fe for 6 years.
She has collaborated on such projects as the Immigration Impact Project, a partnership with the Santa Fe Dreamers, Design Corps of Santa Fe, and SFAI, and the inaugural SFAI Works by providing Design Corps’ professional expertise to entrepreneurs.
She has been participating in, producing, and designing for events since 1999, including The San Francisco International Film Festival, the NFL Pro Bowl, and FOG Design+Art International Fair, and most recently, the 2018 and 2019 Art of Change events for the Santa Fe Art Institute.