Shandon Melvin is the Creative Director for the National Football League. His team’s work is concentrated on branding, environmental graphics, event and print communications, photo shoots, and working with its 32-member clubs on multiple design initiatives. Notable work includes redesigning the iconic NFL Shield logo in 2008, Super Bowl brand design, and team rebrands for the Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns. Shandon began his career in New York at Calvin Klein working on cK Jeans, then a short stint at Benetton’s Fabrica. He returned to New York to join BBH on the Levi’s account in 2003 before moving on to the NFL as an art director. In 2007 he was promoted to Creative Director. He is a Kentucky native, a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design, and a proud father of three.