Setareh Ghoreishi is a graphic designer and multidisciplinary digital media artist. After receiving her B.F.A. in Graphic Design from the University of Art in Tehran, Iran, she moved to the United States where she currently lives. In her work, she investigates cultural disparities, most specifically between the United States and Iran. She acquired her MFA in Graphic Design and developed a passion for using typography to create provocative experimental design installations. With her second MFA in Art and Technology, Setareh mobilizes video art installation and digital technology to explore the role of visual design in the interaction of cultural and social issues. Her work also investigates the juxtaposition of Farsi and English languages and criticizes consumerism culture along with subvertisement. Setareh is an assistant professor teaching graphic design at Oakland University in Michigan.