Keri Luo

Visual Designer
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Get to know me in three:

My home away from home:Savannah is the first place I lived in in the US, and I was there for five years. I love the art, historic architecture, quaint brick streets, trendy boutiques, Spanish moss hanging on the big oak trees, and ghost stories of this Southern city.
What makes LCW special:The diversity of our staff and their passion to improve the company in many ways.
The values that influence me:“If three walk together, one can be my teacher” (from Analects of Confucius) – meaning you have something to learn from everyone. To this day, I have kept my learning habit!


Keri brings more than 15 years of experience working across multiple design media. She leverages this experience to create visually stunning content, from presentations to training materials, for LCW.


Born and raised in Chengdu, China, she worked at a top advertising agency in China before coming to the US, where she began to learn the cultural differences between the East and West. Prior to joining LCW, Keri worked as a senior graphic and digital designer at the United Way of Metro Chicago and has won multiple awards throughout her professional career.


In her spare time, Keri enjoys reading and writing. Her poetry was selected into The Best Chinese Poetry Selection of the 21st Century. She is also the author of a published poetry collection, When the Wind Blows; a photography book, 365 Lake Michigan, and a collection of prose, The Dawn. She holds her BA in Education at the Chengdu College of Education and her master’s degree in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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