Jennifer Panepinto, Founder of House 22, is dedicated to helping clients develop refined designs for their product or brand. Jennifer's experience with branding, packaging, event, and retail signage design enables her to offer an entirely consistent visual language for a wide array of client materials.

Most recently, Jennifer created the new brand identity for Cycle Brewing in St Petersburg, Florida, in addition to all the packaging for limited edition beer releases. At the same time, Jennifer has worked with Bed Bath & Beyond since 2014 and has been responsible for the FaceValues store re-branding roll-out in addition to managing design for two Harmon FaceValues flagship stores in Manhattan. 
Previously, Jennifer was Senior Designer for Toys “R” Us, Inc., where she was instrumental in the re-branding initiative of the company’s identity and served as Associate Designer for Becton Dickinson & Company in the marketing communications group. Prior to BD, Jennifer developed an appreciation for great design while working as Design Production Assistant for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. 
Jennifer received her MFA in Design from The School of Visual Arts in 2003 and a BFA in Photography from Pratt Institute in 1998. Mesü, a set of portion control bowls, was Jennifer's thesis project at the school of Visual arts. Mesü was in the market for over a decade and garnered design awards from the AIGA and the International Housewares Association.
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