Celina Taganas-Duffy is a creative director and brand strategist with an extensive background in website development and graphic design. Celina loves to create and is inspired to help people and companies grow and develop through the use of effective branding and visual identity. After freelancing for top advertising agencies, earning her degree in Graphic Communications, working in the industry as an electronic prepress manager, and with an entrepreneurial mindset, Celina started Tagline Communications in 1995 and in 2017 joined the Momentum Solutions team. She brings over two decades of website design, print design, advertising, and marketing expertise to her projects and embraces creative challenges.

With compelling user interface design and extensive technical knowledge, Celina delivers exceptional digital content and custom management solutions. She understands the value of impactful, branded aesthetics that engage customers with streamlined functionality and visually intuitive, appealing graphics. She has developed numerous custom websites with structure, responsiveness, scalability, and optimization in mind. Celina has a high level of attention to detail and her goal with every project is to provide an overall extraordinary user experience. She enjoys the design process and feels rewarded when she helps businesses find solutions for their communications needs.

Over the last 20 years, Celina has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of organizations, from Startups to Fortune 500 companies. Her experience includes projects for the City of Los Angeles, Smithsonian Institution, The White House, USC Pacific Asia Museum, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, American Library Association, LA Playwrights’ Arena, Filipino American Service Group, Inc. (FASGI), National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD), FilAm Arts, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Millennium-Momentum Foundation, Lupus International, Starwood Resorts, Hilton, Mitsubishi, Deluxe Entertainment, and Epson. 

She has received recognition from multiple public agencies and officials for her artistic contributions to the City of Los Angeles. Previously, she also received funding from the Smithsonian Institution to produce a multimedia art exhibit entitled, “I Am Today’s Filipino,” which documented the stories of 100 Southern California Filipinos, and she was selected to create the Asian-Pacific Islander American Heritage cultural guide calendar for the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. She currently serves on two non-profit boards: South Pasadena Arts Council (SPARC) and Filipino American Service Group, Inc. (FASGI).

Aside from her multiple design and creative projects, Celina is passionate about the arts and loves spending time with her family.