Jennifer Larsen

A true renaissance woman, Jennifer’s list of talents is longer than a Seinfeld joke list. Armed with a film studies degree from Columbia University, she worked extensively in film and television in a variety of roles including production management, on-air graphics design and departmental budgeting. Her production credits include the Emmy-nominated, “It’s a Big, Big … Continued

Bob DeRosa

Bob’s passion for creative problem solving and strategic storytelling combined with his tradition of bringing incredible Italian delicacies to the office make him very popular here at Korn Hynes. Bob has provided award-winning and results-driven creative for such diverse clients as Citi, Steve Madden, Fender Guitars, Panasonic, Bio Reference Laboratories, and Aetrex Footwear. Bob’s other … Continued

Thomas Nast: Morristown’s Master of Political Artistry

With our Presidential campaign season in full swing, we are reminded that Korn Hynes’ home base of Morristown, NJ was also home to one of history’s most influential political illustrators, Thomas Nast (1840–1902). Nast lived in Villa Fontana at 50 Macculloch Avenue (below left) from 1872 to 1892, and in the heart of Morristown, created … Continued


On 01 March 2016, coinciding with the opening of the Met Breuer in the former Whitney Museum on Madison Avenue, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art launched a sweeping change to the museum’s venerable brand identity. In announcing the change in February, the museum’s board described its rationale: Throughout its 146-year history, The Metropolitan Museum of … Continued