Isaac Gertman is a designer, writer, and typography enthusiast, with a keen interest in the overlapping social, cultural, and infrastructural systems found in cities.

He has experience in the strategic planning, design, and production of editorial and brand identity systems, websites, publications, printed ephemera, motion graphics, wayfinding systems, and exhibitions. In addition to his professional activities, he is Design Fellow at the Wassaic Project, an artist residency in upstate New York. At MICA, he teaches advanced courses in Graphic Design and Typography. He previously taught at Parsons, the New School for Design; City College of New York, in the Department of Landscape Architecture; and at Rhode Island School of Design. His writing has appeared in Print magazine, Step magazine, DesignBureau, and the design blog SpeakUp. Isaac received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art.