Harriman Website | Design and Development | http://harriman.com
Harriman Website | Design and Development | http://harriman.com
Harriman - Granite Medallion Design for the Renovation of the Longfellow Bridge, Boston, MA
Harriman - Detail of Informational Signage for Renovation of the Longfellow Bridge, Boston, MA.
Artwork Demonstrating Informational Graphic
Peter Kery brochure for Harriman - client - Methuen, MA
Harriman - Brochure design and map rendering for Action Urban Design Plan for Methuen, MA
Harriman - Fall River Urban Renewal Branding
Catch Me If You Can poster | client: MUNOPCO Music Theater
Harriman - Southborough Business Guide
Harriman - A Blueprint for Brockton, MA - Branding for Urban Revitalization Project
ActiveData | Product Design Investigation | http://activedata.com
334 Bunnies - A Contemporary Opera in One Act | Website Design and Development
Harriman - Malden Commercial Street Corridor - Branding for a Streetscape Revitalization Project
Harriman | Icon Designs | Randolph, MA, Downtown Streetscape Project Report
Harriman | Map Designs | Salem Waterfront Area, MA
Harriman | Marketing Brochure

Peter Kery is a Graphic and Visual Designer living and working in the Greater Boston area. He currently works as a Visual Designer for Harriman, a multi-disciplinary urban planning, architectural, and engineering firm with offices in Boston, MA, Maine, and New Hampshire. Peter has designed and developed the Harriman website and has worked for Harriman in creating designs for their urban design projects that include: branding, reports, environmental graphics, map designs, as well as renderings for streetscape designs. Peter has also created work for cor­po­rate, retail, trans­porta­tion, aca­d­e­mic, indus­trial and non-profit organizations. His professional experience has included visual problem solving for web sites, visual identities, posters, cover designs, publication design, environmental signage and vehicular graphics. He has served as the Director for Graphic and Web Design at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts and his current teaching assignments are at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University and MassArt.