Like a true New Jerseyian, I attended Rutgers University–New Brunswick studying design and visual art. At the intersection of a large research university and a small visual art school, my design approach has always been inquisitive and cross-disciplinary: How can I represent ethnic diversity through a data visualization? How can I explain a sensitive topic like suicide prevention and mental health awareness through an interface? And how can I make this both beautiful and purposeful?
As I gravitate toward mission-driven organizations, I'm grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Johnson & Johnson, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center, School of American Ballet, the Vance Center for International Justice, Women in Need, among many others. I'm currently designing in New York and open to new work.
Aside from design, I also love hiking, yoga+meditation, wandering the city, and my dog named Syd. Although I take my work seriously, I'm kind and pretty goofy by nature. Say hi anytime.