Cameron Rennacker studied graphic design at The Art Institute of California – Orange County, graduating magna cum laude in 2018. He worked for three years at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries before joining Yamaha Motor Corporation as a Senior Designer.
His independent clients and case studies have included Patagonia, Direct Transportation Inc., Finest Produce Unlimited, Alison Thornton and many others. As a volunteer to the Victorville Homeless Shelter, he designed the the double-V logo that was ubiquitous in gaining funding from local government sectors.
Cameron has been instrumental in the evolution of the La-Z-Boy design process and the Yamaha advertising style, serving as a source of creativity in both positions. He now seeks a role with a design team in the Phoenix metropolitan area as he aspires develop himself beyond the California border.