Julie Rossman is the Associate Design Director at the World Science Festival, where she leads the design team in producing all creative materials, both online and in print. She has designed over a dozen infographics on subjects ranging from time travel to mass extinction. Her work has been published by Buzzfeed, Time, Slate, Huffington Post, The Week, How Stuff Works, NASA, Science Friday, and more. Previous employers and clients include: Audubon, The Public Theater, New York Magazine, AOL, Fashion Institute of Technology, Games for Change, Scholastic, Metropolis Magazine, Arts in the Armed Forces & many others. She completed a certification program in motion graphics at Pratt in the spring of 2019.
She also has directed, stage managed, and produced on dozens of theatrical and performace projects in NYC and beyond. Performing arts collaborators include: Joanne Akalaitis, Ken Rus Schmoll, Mac Wellman, Maria Goyanes, Ruth Maleczech, Sharon Fogarty, Mallory Catlett, Mabou Mines, Clubbed Thumb, The Ohio Theater, and many more. New York directing credits include: Over Nothing At All (Sponsored by Nobody); Victor K. (Bruce High Quality Foundation University); The Intruder (Brooklyn Arts Exchange); Marfa Lights (Aztec Economy); Mourn the Living Hector (Performance Lab 115, NY Fringe winner for outstanding play); and The Exquisite Tale of Ronald Pelican (Chashama, Ars Nova, Galapagos); Discovering Columbus (by Kimberly Rosenstock); The Impotence of Being Ernest (The Ohio Theater). Regional: Cloud 9 (Warehouse Theater Company). She graduated from Bard College with a double BA in Russian studies and theater directing, and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.