I strive to work with individuals & organizations who prioritize people over power. I believe that good design is contextual, thoughtful, and most importantly – accessible.
I have collaborated with city governments, museums, non profits, writers, vloggers, and educators on a wide array of projects in need of creative help. Recently, I have worked with the di Rosa, the Manetti Shrem Museum, Boulder Associates and the California Association of Museums to name a few. I work at the intersection of information design and the built environment and have a fascination with the physical and psychological space between urban and suburban.
You can find me snapchatting from museums, building theater sets, making exhaustive lists, drawing in the park, writing in the notes section of my laptop, or playing bassoon. Currently freelancing in California.
MFA Design, UC Davis (expected 2019); and the school of life on the streets of Belgium, Denmark, England, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden and USA (so far...)