Tsang Seymour is an independent creative agency founded in 1993 by Catarina Tsang and Patrick Seymour, merging their backgrounds in architecture and graphic design. For 20 years, we have focused our practice around the belief that successful and enduring solutions are made when knowledge and creative thinking are shared in an open and collaborative exchange with our clients. Our agency’s long list of extended client relationships reflects our commitment to excellence in service achieved through thoughtful listening, professional intelligence, responsiveness and creative, effective results. 

Tsang Seymour leverages design thinking to create user-centered experiences. Frequently bridging the disciplines of curation, education, publishing, communications, marketing, and branding, we seek to distill a clear narrative for the purpose of creating an emotional bond with the audience. These experiences transcend the noise of traditional advertising and promotional messages and are often integrated and expressed in the form of websites, exhibitions, identity programs, architectural signage, communications collateral, film, books, and residential architecture. 

Today’s data-connected society seeks conversations that are honed to delivering content with utility, value, and emotional currency. The convergence of online and offline life requires that every brand position their equities and culture to meet the constant flux of their community needs. Tsang Seymour approaches this challenge through our passion for creating content-based solutions that are authentic in message, technologically responsive, visually impactful and that resonate with audiences.


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Select Clients:

Acquavella Galleries
Appraisers Association of America
B Five Studio Architecture
The Brookings Institute
Brooklyn Museum of Art
Cooper-Hewitt National
  Design Museum
Corning Museum of Glass
Gagosian Gallery
GCK Partners
GSA, Office of the Head Architect,
  Design Excellence Program
International Center of Photography
The Jewish Museum, New York
Miramax Films
Museum of African Art
Museum of the City of New York
The Museum of Modern Art,
  New York
National Academy of Art
  and Design
National Museum of American
  Jewish History
Neue Galerie New York
New Museum of Contemporary Art
The New York Academy of Art
New York City Opera
The New York Times
Olson Kundig, Architects
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Rafael Vinoly Architects
Rubin Museum of Art
Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation
Smithsonian Institution
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
South Street Seaport Museum
Spring Masters New York Art Fair
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Uovo Collection Management and 
  Art Storage
Van Cleef & Arpels
Wellin Museum/Hamilton College
Williams College Museum of Art