Tyler Bascle joined Emergent Method in 2018 as a graphic design consultant. In this role, he supports the development of creative solutions for clients through design for print and web, specializing in crafting strong visual identities that create unique and compelling experiences, tell stories, inform people, and activate audiences across multiple platforms.
Prior to joining Emergent Method, Tyler served as an interpretive designer for the Audubon Nature Institute. In this role, he conceptualized and created interpretive graphics, thematic elements, and overall creative strategies for the facility’s new construction and exhibits. In addition, his work at Audubon involved translating complex information into readable, interactive, and engaging content through print and digital visualizations, as well as designing and implementing new and effective way-finding systems and signage to increase audience awareness and improve guest experience.
His experience spans a variety of media and platforms, including the development of digital and print branding for Ann Connelly Fine Art and Legacy Magazine. In addition, through his freelance work, Tyler envisioned, designed, and executed various artwork, graphic, and branding campaigns for a number of clients throughout the Gulf South.
A native of Houma, Tyler earned his degree in interdisciplinary studies from Louisiana State University in 2016 with concentrations in design, business, and communication studies.