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. I’ve gained experience as a contract graphic designer, and have most recently been the graphic designer for Chabot Space & Science Center, a museum in Oakland California.
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.