Rachel Wyatt is a creative consultant, designer, and creative director based in Austin, Texas. She co-founded Wyatt Brand, Inc. 2006 in order to collaborate with entrepreneurs, artists, businesses, and nonprofits across the state and globe— always with the goal to create dynamic and lasting brands that serve as the touchpoint and experiential catalyst.
Wyatt has more than 20 years of experience in creative direction, art direction, brand analysis and development, and design for a wide range of clients and entities. Her work for clients includes H-E-B (for which she won an ADDY Award), American College of Physicians—Texas Chapter, University of Texas College of Communication and College of Pharmacy, the City of Marfa, the Consulate General of Israel to the Southwest, the National Domestic Violence Hotline, the SIMS Foundation and many others.
Wyatt previously served as associate art director for Texas Monthly magazine and has designed Texas Bound magazine, Texas Architect magazine, the University of Texas College of Communication Fresh Thoughts and Ideas@Work magazines, Ride Texas magazine and My H-E-B Texas Life magazine, in addition to serving as art director at the Texas Society of Architects. She has a strong background in journalism and communication along with a concentration of experience in editorial design.
Wyatt was part of the team at fd2s, inc., working on projects including The Shops at La Cantera, MD Anderson Cancer Center, FlightSafety International and more.
She has trained dozens of new designers and acted as a mentor to many. She has lectured on branding, visual communication, and publication design at the University of Texas at Austin, the Austin Music Foundation, the Art Institute at San Antonio, Texas State University, AIGA–Austin’s Raise Up and Sul Ross University. Wyatt was nominated for the Austin Business Journal Profiles in Power award in 2017.
Wyatt has served on the executive board and as a fundraiser for the JDRF to help raise awareness about Type 1 Diabetes and ultimately find a cure. She also served on the executive board as public relations/communications chair for the American Institute of Graphic Design—Austin. She has volunteered with InterFaith Action of Central Texas, Caritas Austin and the Lighthouse for the Blind in Houston, Texas.
Wyatt has a master’s degree in visual communication and a Bachelor of Journalism and Photojournalism from the University of Texas at Austin.