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Michael Ronzano, Managing Director at Which Came First?, began his career in design at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, the international architecture and engineering firm. After leaving SOM, he went to work for two New England-based design firms, the Brownstone Group and Nautilus Design.
In 1988, he moved to New York City, helping to launch International Design and Advertising, a design-marketing business.
Leaving ID & A in 1990, he founded Full Stop, a design and writing consultancy, with offices in Chicago. In 2003, he merged Full Stop with Alpha One, to form Which Came First?.
Over the years, his clients have included the University of Southern California, Scott Paper, Sushi Dokku, Grange Hall Burger Bar, Mana Food Bar and companies from Singapore to the UK.
He has taught post-grad graphic design courses in typography, poster design and corporate identity.
Mr Ronzano is an alumnus of the University of Southern California and an avid supporter of the Chelsea Football Club.