For the past 10 years: graphic and digital product design for artists, institutions, publishers, startups, tech companies, and friends. I make visual identities and interfaces for websites, communications, software, and digital products.
I’ve worked at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Keezy, Betaworks, Tumblr, and Happy Cog. Independently, I’ve worked on design projects for The Intercept, Harvard University, Microsoft, and Elepath, along with studios, non-profit organizations and political campaigns.
I live in the West Village, NYC with my husband and together we practice design and architecture under the name The Study. We make furniture, interiors, sculpture, structures, lighting, prints, and other curiosities.
For my own interests, I am developing a collection of books, documents, and graphic ephemera set in Times or Times New Roman—a typeface that really seems to bring out an emotion in people who know it, remember it, and use it.
For projects and collaborations, or to say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s my CV.