E7 is an award-winning design studio that heroically approaches each project with a full understanding of the client's goals and applies a solid foundation of design principles combined with bold ideas and thoughtful considerations.

Located in the historic and increasingly hip downtown Troy, NY, E7 is always prepared to jump into action with an assembled team of brave, creative professionals and a pencil or axe.



We start each project with a discussion of your needs, your goals and your wildest dreams. At this stage we will talk about scope of work, budget, estimates and put together a plan to make it all happen!
Oh and we speak regular.


We take you through every step of the process from research, to concepts, explorations and more. This is the part where you get to see amazing concepts, creative ideas, and solid design decisions that get things burning hot.


As we make final refinements to the solutions and bring your projects to the goal line or plan for the next stage, we build a relationship that sets us both up for success and future growth.
Always on duty.


Tim comes from a family of firefighters and is himself a volunteer firefighter in his home town where he actively responds to blazes and cats in trees. When not responding with E7, he also gets down with old school rocksteady and rockabilly, and all things patina.

Prior to launching E7 Design, he spent 15 years in the ad agency world as an art director and designer working on regional, national and international accounts.

Tim also has taught graphic design at local colleges including his alma mater The College of Saint Rose and has had the pleasure of mentoring talented design students on award-winning projects.

"...thank you for your incredible work, vision, design acumen, good spirit, and timely responses as any issues popped up. It was great to work with you for the past half year--I learned a lot from you and the process;
I thought we made a great team, even when the pressure was on!
In the end, it is certainly a project I am proud of, and the final product, in my opinion, came out as a world-class showpiece."

Steve Ference, Director of University Communications, SUNY Polytechnic Institute