I work with artists, institutions, publishers, startups, and friends. 10 years of graphic design practice and creative direction; producing websites, visual identities, interfaces, and software that expresses momentum and purpose. I have worked as a designer at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, where I worked on Guggenheim's global email communications, guggenheim.org, as well as collateral for advertising and marketing campaigns to support exhibitions at the museum.
Previously, I have worked at Keezy, Betaworks, Tumblr, and Happy Cog. Independently I have worked on design projects for The Intercept, Harvard University, Microsoft, and Elepath, along with studios, technology companies, non-profit organizations and political campaigns.
I live in the West Village, NYC with my husband. We practice design and architecture under the name The Study, and we make furniture, physical structures, interiors, sculpture, lighting, and prints. For my own interests, I am developing a collection of all things typeset in Times or Times New Roman; books, albums, and ephemera over the course of the last century.