A multidisciplinary designer based in New York with a love for collaboration and social design. I craft design experiences that engage people through visual storytelling. Much of my work concentrates on designing for social interaction, urban spaces and public services. I believe good design has the power to make tangible differences in people’s lives and should inject a bit of delight into our everyday existence. It should also be intuitive, clear and beautiful. I hold a BFA in Graphic Design from Boston University and an MFA in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins in London where I was chosen to exhibit my thesis project, A Table of Two Cities, at the London Design Festival. Previously, I worked as the Art Director for the UK public service think tank, Participle, where I was involved in designing and branding new services. I also spent several years as the Graphic Designer for the Office of Business Development for the City of Boston where I branded civic initiatives and campaigns, worked with architects, urban planners and local communities to brand small businesses for the Boston Main Streets and ReStore Boston projects and developed way finding systems for neighborhoods. In my spare time I can be found wandering the city exploring its history, people, and food. Usually with a good cup of coffee in hand and a sketchbook.
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