I'm a graphic designer and artist living and working in Boston.
Most recently, I worked as the Senior Creative Manager for The Greater Boston Food Bank, within the Marketing Team to produce on-brand and compelling ways to tell the story of GBFB's mission, raise funds, and bring light to the issue of food insecurity across Eastern Massachusetts.
Previously, I was graphic designer for Boston Center for the Arts, and in 5+ years there, my focus was increasing brand awareness and its impact. Much of my work for the BCA had the intent of unifying the campus and the many types of artists who call it home, putting a spotlight on the ways that artists—visual, dance, theatrical, and so many others—intersect and explore their craft.
Before the BCA, I was the head book designer at Musa Publishing, a now-defunct small publisher that focused on digital releases. I focused on creating branded and beautiful book interiors that worked in print and in digital formats—including building the digital files and ensuring that their structure and coding would work cross-platform.
I love any project that involves solving a new problem, learning something new, or getting my hands dirty. Personal projects are almost always explorations in typography.
I specialize in publication design, branding, and typography and am always up for a new project or even to hear some wild project ideas, so drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!