Ciera Holzenthal

Graphic Designer

team member

Where did you get your creative DNA?

From my parents. They run their own sign-making company, and before I was born, my bedroom was their first studio. I grew up hanging out at their shop and seeing their creativity. They inspired me to take art classes and get started young learning different art techniques in school.

What’s one thing that nobody in the world could ever have guessed about you?

I’m usually pretty shy and quiet, but I like going to punk shows.

What was the one spark that landed you the work you’re now doing at AIMEE LACALLE?

I was really missing being a part of a team and working on an ongoing project that felt bigger than myself. I love travel, I love art, and I love collaboration, so everything about working with AIMEE LACALLE clicked, and felt like the missing part to what I had been doing as a freelance graphic designer.

Follow our Travels

Reflecting Back and Looking Forward
Our Process
Jean-Luc the Farmer
The Dordogne Valley
Sunday Marché
Prehistory in the Dordogne
Jonathan Mascher
Olivier Picquart
Mathilde Guignard
Yolande Peuvrier
Eduoard Aynaud
Ja Soon Kim
The Rio Grande
Plaza Blanca
Taos Pueblo
Patricia Michaels
Charlie Hall
Tomas and The Ranch
Rancho Xotolar
Instituto Allende
Fabrica La Aurora
El Jardín
El Escondido
Dolores Hidalgo
Bellas Artes
Santuario de Atotonilco
Parque Juárez