I’m an interdisciplinary graphic designer from San Francisco, California with a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Graphic Design from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. My mom, a book-maker and graphic designer, raised me in a household with three rules: no panic, no whining, no boredom. To this day, it’s still how I work.
I see design as both a creatively and intellectually interdisciplinary practice. It is a tool for fostering community and connection between people, organizations, and brands with the capacity to address and solve the environmental and social problems our world faces today. I want to work with studios, groups, and agencies that take this head-on in a hands-on way.
As much as I love form and function, I am equally concerned with reach and impact.
Design is what I do, but I also have extensive experience and a deep love for event planning, community organizing, education, and performance. These skills inform my design work to make my solutions more dynamic and accessible to a wide range of audiences.