Mervil is responsible for the overall quality and efficacy of the creative product – overseeing every aspect of the design process to ensure that our clients' solutions are beautiful, original and strategically sound. Over a span of 30 years, Mervil has partnered with a vast array of national and international organizations such as The Duke Endowment, Vandever Batten, Empowered Benefits, Davidson College, Tube-Tex Global Group and Duke Energy to create brand identity and communications materials.
Mervil's design work has ranged from annual reports to brand identity programs to web development to product design to high-end marketing materials for clients including Tommy Bahama, Storehouse, Haley & Aldrich and Herman Miller. In 2002 a brochure package she designed for Belk Printing Technologies won the Sappi Paper Company's "2002 Best Printed Piece of the Year Award" out of 9000 entrants internationally.
Most recently Mervil's work has been focused on a variety of national and international brand repositioning programs as well as design to support development campaigns for clients such as Johnson & Wales University, The Mint Museums, ImaginOn, Children's Law Center and Hospice of Charlotte.