I am a graphic designer with over six years of experience with branding and identity projects, positioning companies to look their best for their targeted audience. This has often taken the form of promotional materials such as ads and other social media graphics, logos, presentation decks, and the front end of websites. I absolutely adapt my aesthetic to suit the needs of each client and intended audience, and always aim for a contemporary, intelligent, and sleek identity. I enjoy establishing new branding for companies, as well as adhering to established design systems, envisioning ways to elevate them when possible.
In my most recent experience, I’ve been assisting in a product rebrand and visual accessibility audit for Open Exchange, a web conferencing platform. Prior to this I served as the Graphic Designer for Chabot Space & Science Center in Oakland, California, and as the San Francisco Graphic Designer for Woods Bagot, an international architecture firm. In all of these positions I’ve helped lead the effort for complete and successful visual rebranding.
My interest in graphic 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.