Hello and thanks for viewing my work!
I’ve been designing, creating, collaborating, and learning along the way since the 1980s. Over the years, I’ve worked with many clients, brands, style guides, vendors, photographers, and illustrators. In my design practice, I aim to make projects impactful, mindful, and excel in their objectives. In my design process, I love working on messaging with creative use of typography and other assets.
I’m currently a senior graphic designer at The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine. Here, I art direct the alumni magazine Vermont Medicine, and design a wide variety of print and digital communications, such as publications, event collateral, digital assets, infographics, and more. To learn more about my experience, please read my resume.
If childhood shapes us, mine included an obsession with coloring books, many hours on the couch reading magazines like Life, National Geographic and Sports Illustrated, and a lot of time on my bike. Gosh, not much has changed! I also roamed Harvard Square on weekends (we lived nearby) and spent time in music stores pouring through vinyl(!) records. The influence of my creative, project-oriented parents cannot be overlooked—they were DIY people long before the term existed.
I’d love to hear from you and to talk about your next project or to just say hello. May great design be in your life!