Yeju Choi is a designer and artist living and working in New York City. She runs a multi-disciplinary design practice Nowhere(NowHere) Office, researching, designing, and making a variety of things — from identity, printed matter, video, website, exhibition, and environmental graphics for civic / public / cultural clients, to commissioned / self-initiated public art installations, structures, and objects.

Previously she was art director at Barneys New York, creative director at WXY, and user interface designer at LG. Her work has been recognized, published, and exhibited internationally by Yale University (US), Royal College of Art (UK), Type Directors Club (US), Typography Seoul (KR), Communication Arts (US, KR), :output award (NL), étapes Magazine (FR), among others.

Choi holds B.F.A. from Seoul National University and M.F.A. from Yale University. She currently teaches graphic design at Yale University School of Art.