I am a 2007 graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) with a bachelors degree in architecture and a bachelors of fine arts. I worked for several years in Boston as a junior architect before moving to The SF Bay Area in 2012, where I switched my focus to graphic design.

Visual identity and branding is my focus of interest and professional background. In my most recent experience, I served as the Graphic Designer for Chabot Space & Science Center in Oakland, California. While at Chabot I initiated and rolled out a complete and successful visual rebrand of the Center. This included managing the redesign of Chabot’s WordPress site which showcases the Center’s many events, designing a new logo for Chabot, new exterior campus signage, interior banners, and more. I was also in charge of creating and managing all visual materials for the Center, including social media posts, posters and postcards, exterior banners, and signage and graphics for exhibits.

My interest in design stems from a fascination with how we communicate and interact with a space. While architecture is about organizing spaces for us to inhabit, graphic design organizes information for us to navigate. If a design is successful, be it a building or a poster, the viewer will want to engage and explore. My intent as a graphic designer is to engage the viewer in a thought-provoking and playful way.

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