Quesinberry and Associates

Brand Strategy & Design.


outdoor_groupshot Quesinberry and Associates [aka Q&A] designs and develops distinctive marketing and branding communications—from integrated marketing campaigns that span print and digital communications to brand development and retail packaging. Our clients range from mid-size organizations to Fortune 500 companies. They value our strategy-driven work and genuine interest in their success. We have this saying in our office,  “We’ll make you so happy, we’ll wish we were you.”

Wendy Quesinberry

Principal / Creative Director

Born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Wendy was raised on the Space Coast of Florida watching the Space Shuttle launches from the front yard of her home in Melbourne. Originally with sights on being a fine artist, she received a BFA in graphic design from Savannah College of Art and Design. She brings over 24 years of design and strategic brand development experience to the table, having worked with such clients as: Amazon, children’s TV idol Bill Nye the Science Guy, Hampton Inn & Suites, Holland America Line, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Microsoft, multiple NGOs, and UPS. MORE


Todd Christensen

Senior Designer / General Web Smarty-Pants

Mr. Christensen not only designs, he also manages the interactive and production aspects of the studio. After a rough start as a grip in the movie business, he has pursued a career in marketing, advertising and design for nearly 15 years. He has worked for DDB Seattle, Hunt Marketing Group and Cole & Weber on such accounts as Amazon, Boeing, Bank of America, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Nestlé, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Nintendo and UPS.

Roshan Gurusinghe

Associate Creative Director

Roshan’s childhood was filled with Sri Lankan picnic food on Oregon Coast beach trips, riding in his dad’s Sears Home Improvement Center van to Burgerville, and playing A-Team with his sisters and cousins. Roshan was always Hannibal. He also spent hours drawing his favorite song lyrics, thinking it was the music that appealed to him; only later did he realize it was the shapes of the letters. These days, he not only draws, but also paints, sculpts, and invents imagined objects. Take a peek at: itsgotlegs.com. Seeing the spark of light in a client’s eye when a design solution hits the spot is Roshan’s jam. His problem-solving addiction has worked wonders with multiple philanthropic organizations as well as some heavy hitters including Holland America Line. MORE


Jinna Hagerty

Senior Designer

Jinna grew up in a log cabin in the woods in New Jersey. Despite her upbringing, she’s definitely a city person. Plus, the neighborhood where she was raised has since been overrun by bears. She has designed materials for Senator Maria Cantwell, the Carnegie Institution for Science, and various hip-hop celebrities. She also had the surprising opportunity of being on the cover of a Jewish youth magazine. Since moving to Seattle, she has volunteered for a variety of local non-profits and has served on the board of AIGA Seattle. When not working, she loves to travel. And when not traveling, she enjoys binge-watching Korean dramas. Nutella, peanut butter, and Shin Ramyun are pantry staples.

Alfredo Biralde III

Account Manager

Born in the Philippines, Alfredo remembers riding a water buffalo through the rice fields on his grandfather’s farm. His family came to San Francisco when he was 3 years old and still considers the Bay Area home. If there was a Navy SEAL equivalent for client service skills, Alfredo would be in SEAL Team Six. He has a vast range of experience in sales, healthcare, and hospitality. We actually first met Alfredo working for our long-term client The City Club of San Francisco where, as a Catering Services Manager, he was taming Bay Area bride-zillas. Alfredo has found he can best express himself in the kitchen cooking Japanese food, or on the dance floor, as he is quite the lovely dancer. Particularly if a good 80s jam is playing, like Paula Abdul. Alfredo counts Paris as his favorite place and was recently engaged to his partner Brian at the Pont de l’Archevêché overlooking the Notre-Dame. How romantic is that?!?