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Collages by Ellery Mann

Ellery Mann born in 1987, is an ambitious New York-based visual communicator with creative confidence. Currently, Ellery works as a graphic designer at Bureau Blank, a creative agency in NYC. Hi is also a co-founder of Somnium Collective, an art and design agency with a focus on surreal aesthetics for the entertainment industry. 

He is passionate about collaborating with the like-minded and using his design skills to solve problems. Ellery holds strong leadership skills and is capable of leading teams through ideation to completion. Follow him on Instagram.


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