I'm a creative graphic designer and strategic thinker —
a lover of beautiful things, fine typography, and a great color palette.

I've had the pleasure to work with a variety of creative teams since graduating with a BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design. I started my career in New York City at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. From intern to art director, I worked on Kids: Fun Stuff To Do Together, the redesign of Body+Soul, and the creation of Blueprint. I then joined the small-but-mighty design studio, Little Fury, designing environmental art for Paramount and Nickelodeon as well as illustrating maps for their Start Here notebook line. 

Ready for fresh air and a new challenge, I moved north becoming Senior Designer at McCabe, Duval + Associates in Portland, Maine. At MD+A I worked on a variety of banking, healthcare, and nonprofit projects start-to-finish for local and national clients such as Trustmark Bank, Orthopaedic Institute of Central Maine, Coastal Humane Society, and The Nature Conservancy.

After nearly five years at MD+A, I moved to Connecticut for love… and, as luck would have it, less than a mile from Alexander Isley Inc. Designers. I was invited to become a part of Alex’s tight-knit, creative team where I had the opportunity to work on collateral, advertising, branding, packaging, catalog, exhibit, and book projects (just to name a few). Clients included Colorblends, Panolam Surface Systems, Rosemary & Vine, The Westport Library, Three Meadows Spirits, and Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture.

As a freelance designer, I've designed logos, trade magazines, holiday cards, brochures, catalogs, posters, ads, and more for local, regional, and national clients. I welcome all kinds of projects. (Bonus points if charts or infographics are involved!) When not designing, you can find me visiting new places, catching live music, enjoying some local food and beer (or, better yet, all of the above!) in a pair of colored Converse from my extensive collection.

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