CCA Appoints Ruth Sadinsky As Associate Creative Director
We are thrilled to announce that Ruth Sadinsky has joined our team at CCA as our Associate Creative Director. With over three decades of experience as a creative director, art director, and designer, including running her own boutique studio, Ruth&Co, Ruth brings a wealth of expertise to our team.
Throughout her impressive career, Ruth has worked with a diverse range of clients across a variety of industries, including higher and secondary education, world-renowned performing arts organizations, fine art museums and boutique galleries, agricultural land trusts and nature preservation advocacy organizations, civic and state governments, public education labor unions, national cancer care providers, mission-critical database engineering firms, and port authorities.
Specific clients have included Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York Oncology Hematology, Albany Institute of History & Art, New York State United Teachers, The Doane Stuart School, New York State Education Department, University at Albany, Colby Sawyer College, Avon Old Farms School, and St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment & Recovery Centers, among others.
Ruth’s exceptional work has been recognized with awards from prestigious organizations such as The One Show, The Education Advertising Awards, The Healthcare Advertising Awards, and The Addys, with her work appearing in respected publications such as Communication Arts, Print, and How magazines. She is also a proud member of the Type Directors Club and the University & College Designers Club.
Raised in Elmira, New York, Ruth is the proud product of a dairy farmer turned chemical engineer and a housewife turned radio personality, art historian, and lifelong champion of equal educational opportunities for girls and women.
Today, Ruth and her husband reside in Albany, New York, where they love nothing more than embarking on long-haul bike tours, renovating and restoring their century-old bungalow, and hosting their four college-age and adult children for dinner.
Ruth graduated summa cum laude from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, where she studied design, applied commercial arts, and illustration, setting her on a path to an outstanding career in the creative industry.