I am a graphic designer and visual communication expert with 12 years of experience on a wide range of projects. I've worked on interactive exhibits, infographics, marketing materials, websites, and more. I am passionate about learning complex content and distilling it into simple, elegant, and easy-to-understand designs.
From 2005–2016 I worked as a graphic designer for exhibits at the Museum of Science, Boston, designing fun and educational exhibits and experiences for visitors. I recently led the graphic design on the Science Behind Pixar exhibit, a 10,000 sq. ft. highly-interactive, image-rich exhibit about the science and math behind Pixar films. This exhibit is currently traveling to Museums around the country and internationally.
During that time I also worked for a large variety of clients in the Boston area and beyond. Recent work has included creating websites, designing brand identities, marketing materials, and infographics for non-profits, businesses, and schools. I have a B.A. from Oberlin College and a M.A. in Graphic Design from New England School of Art and Design.
I also do hands-on crafts such as cross-stitching and quilting (it’s really just graphic design without the computer!). I did my Graphic Design Masters thesis project in cross-stitch utilizing the medium to tell “15 minutes of fame” type stories and thus juxtaposing this hundreds-year-old art form with our current 24-hour news cycle existence.
Please contact me—I look forward to working with you!