Brian Burton is the creative director for The Acorn Group. His areas of expertise include interpretive panel design and production, as well as design and production of educational media, brochures, packaging, and graphic identity and standards.
Brian brings more than 25 years of experience to our projects. He brings words to life, connecting people and resources through vibrant design and layout. Brian’s creative talents can be seen in work created by The Acorn Group for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, Alameda Creek Watershed Center, Red Butte Garden, Rancho Los Cerritos, Stanfield Marsh, Orange County Water District, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park, Unidad Park, Placerita Canyon, Oregon Zoo, Orange County’s Old Courthouse, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Coastkeepers Garden, DeForest Wetlands, Chadwick School, West Basin’s Water Education Center, Dana Point Headlands, White Point Preserve’s Nature Education Building, Coral Mountain Discovery Park, Agua Hedionda Lagoon and Discovery Center, Environmental Nature Center, Big Canyon Creek Nature Park at the Upper Newport Bay, West Coyote Hills, and Laguna Lake Park. Currently, Brian is involved in development of panels for the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed, as well as panels and displays at Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park.
In addition to digital art, Brian works with traditional art methods, such as pencil, ink, and airbrush. He is an avid hiker who happens to be conversant in Japanese. He did his undergraduate coursework in graphic design and visual arts at California State University, Fullerton.