From conception to launch, Marine Lane gives each project the best visual solution through art + design. We support a range of clients that include American Express, Verizon, Ogilvy, Procter & Gamble, Mercedes-Benz and No Labels.
Our international talent network of designers, illustrators, letterers and animators lets us tap into the best resources to create unique solutions. Marine Lane manages each assignment with seamless expertise, flair and precision. With a passion for detail, Marine Lane’s signature is excellence and originality, no matter the medium.
- Advanced Grow Labs
- American Express
- Calip Dairies
- Dolly Madison
- International Fund for Animal Welfare
- New Center
- New York Center for Autism
- No Labels
- smart Car
- Sohn Conference Foundation
- Untold News
- All Print and Digital Design
- Annual Report Design
- Apparel/Accessory Design
- Art Direction
- Branding Infographics/Data Visualization
- Car Wrapping
- Creative Strategy
- Event Collateral
- Experiential Graphics
- Large Outdoor/Indoor Graphics
- Presentation Design
- Recipient of three 2017 American Graphic Design Awards
- Recipient of five 2016 American Graphic Design Awards
- Flood voted Person to Watch by Graphic Design USA
- Recipient of three 2015 American Graphic Design Awards
- Merit Award for the How Promotion Design Awards
- State of the Union Address, 2013, 2014, 2015
- Print Celebrates Design Award
- 2013 AIGA Justified Award by Unanimous Decision
- Hermes Award Winner, 2012
- Twice Featured on WNYC’s The Takeaway
- Work featured on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, 2011-2015
CEO, Founder and Creative Director
Megan Flood is CEO, Founder and Creative Director of Marine Lane. Under Megan’s leadership, the firm continually creates compelling and award-winning work for a range of clients. This year Flood was awarded Person to Watch by Graphic Design USA. Megan is a regular guest speaker at her alma mater, University of Michigan School of Art & Design, and Parsons The New School for Design.
Hannah Hillier is Marine Lane’s art director and designer. Most recently Hannah has led projects for Mercedes-Benz, LG, No Labels and Ford. Hillier’s passion for visual storytelling is evident in her work. Hillier’s work has been featured in Graphic Design USA, USA Today, the State of the Union Address, and HOW Magazine.
An oldie but Goodie. Been working in PR, marketing, branding and then some since the late 80s. Cut her teeth working for big agencies, small firms and global brands before finally opening her own eponymous firm, Maloney + Fox with her (still) best friend Maloney. After 15 years of working for the likes of Mercedes, Microsoft, Shutterfly, Amazon, Balvenie, Hendricks Gin and Tupperware (to skim the surface of the client hit list), she sold her business to Waggener Edstrom (now WE) and returned to her Ogilvy roots as a Managing Director/Creative Director. Her current role at Marine Lane, Consigliere, means she gets to work with her amazingly talented cohorts, write a few things, strategize over potent potables and help keep things in perspective. As a good Jew, she has given up heels for lent, and always. Is more obsessed with spaghetti carbonara than anyone over the age of 30 should be and credits her high level of happiness to two very strong cups of black coffee first thing in the morning. A proud Jumbo (Go Tufts) and a lucky London School of Economics graduate student (yes, they do give MAs in history) — Fox, takes work very seriously — but never herself.
Creative Account Manager
Anna Visintainer serves as Creative Account Manager for Marine Lane. Visintainer has assisted Marine Lane on projects for Cedars-Sinai, Ogilvy, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, American Express, Sohn Conference Foundation and No Labels. Visintainer’s work has been featured on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and published in Graphic Design USA, Print Magazine and HOW Magazine.
Xiaoli Wang (Lily)
Lily is a graphic and UI designer who strives to create beautiful and meaningful designs through storytelling. Her current professional interests lie in branding, illustrations, and interactive interfaces. Outside of work, she loves Zumba, yoga (but not running) and traveling.
Designer, art director, and all-around curious fellow — Sam enjoys working with and exploring a wide range of brands, clients, and projects. With an eye for detail and a focus on experience, he prioritizes solutions that are intuitive and design decisions that speak to the values of a brand. After working in Zürich for clients such as The North Face, HEAD, and Scott Sports, he’s relocated to New York — in his free time visiting new book stores, biking, and discovering new neighborhoods.
Alison Golcher Stone
Alison is a designer with a passion for branding, type & image manipulation, and, of course, letterpress printing (a true love). She prides herself on her personal and professional style — b&w everything, minimal but still playful. Coffee-obsessed, she’s always hopping into cool cafes for a weekend work sesh.
Yurou is an aspiring designer with a love for typography and user experience. Outside of her digital media studies at NYU, she likes to fuel her creative tendencies with game development, Netflix documentaries, and bad puns.