I’m a Seattle-based graphic designer, art director, and design educator, currently working from afar for The New York Times.
Working across interactive and print media, I design identity systems, interfaces, books, posters, exhibits, and various other forms of physical and digital matter for clients ranging from international commercial brands to local cultural institutions. As a designer, I enjoy unraveling seemingly complex information and discovering its inner logic. Through a multi-disciplinary practice, my approach is both content and context-driven, with a foundation in typography, visual form, and communication.
As a design educator, I’ve taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art and Parsons The New School for Design. Currently, I teach in the UX program at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle.
I received an MFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA in Graphic Design from James Madison University.