I offer down to earth, research-driven, graphic design and strategy resulting in branding, print design, exhibition design, websites, and more. Whether I’m collaborating with a nonprofit or community organization, small business, or a mission-driven individual with a project, I see my design work as a tool to uplift your vision and mission.
Before going to work for myself, I was always the first person in any given role — it makes total sense that I’d run my own studio, learning to be strategic, flexible, and purposeful everyday.
I’m moved to use my work to support the people, work, and ideas that could most benefit from graphic design. Design should be fun, honest, and approachable. I use my experience in operations and administration to set a stage for play and collaboration to happen, inviting my clients to become partners in our work together. I tap into conversation, research, and workshops to dig in project, offering work that is authentic, specific, and personal.
In addition to my design practice, I create personal work informed by the trade — using grids, typography, and print production to tell personal and cultural stories through prints, books, and zines. When I’m not at my desk, I’m in my home studio working on a quilt, walking my dog, at a local movie theater, or hiking one of Boston’s beautiful green spaces. I’m inspired by social movements, color, movie title sequences, trail markers, and sun salutations.