I am a designer and artist living in Brooklyn, New York with a passion for making meaningful, conceptual work that resonates with its target audience both visually and intellectually. I am experienced in branding, packaging, exhibition and retail signage. I am skilled at designing both print and digital materials, bringing relevant cultural context to my work through research and experimentation.
I received an MFA (2D Design) from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2016 and a BA (Anthropology, Studio Art) from Skidmore College in 2007. Additionally, I have studied art and design at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon, ISIA Urbino Werkplaats Typografie Summer School in Urbino, Italy, and the School for International Training in Apia, Samoa. Please contact me if you are interested in discussing a creative project or purchasing work.
My personal work is informed by reflecting on the implication of rapidly expanding digital technology. My experiences reside at the intersection of the digital and the physical, two realities which exist both beside and within one another. I am interested in the translation between digital and analog processes as we experience them, and how this interaction is reflected through patterns. Despite the increasing amount of time we spend in front of screens and how vital technology is to our daily lives, a desire for the tangible persists. This desire for the tangible serves as the basis of inquiry for my work.