I fell in love with graphic design and theater during my time in Georgetown University as a Studio Art and Theater & Performance Studies double major. I was very involved in student theater and through creating posters and marketing material for the many productions I worked on, I began to develop my style. Following a foundational design class over the summer with SACI-Florence, I did freelance work within the university and in Washington, DC, including past design internships at Search for Common Ground (Communications Intern) and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Graphic Design Fellow). I continued my passion for theater as a freelance theater artist, working with various DC-based theater companies such as Rorschach Theatre and banished? productions. While I work primarily in scenic design, I am also a writer and director, with a focus on experimental devised theater.
Since 2013, I am an Associate Designer at Bully Pulpit Interactive, working with a small (and growing) team of designers as we create and develop digital marketing ads for a variety of political, non-profit, and corporate clients in the United States and abroad. With BPI, I have worked with clients such as Precision Network, NextGen Climate, EMILY’s List, DCCC, the Democratic National Committe (DNC), as well as a number of campaign races in the United States. I am currently based in Jakarta, Indonesia, though I make frequent visits to Singapore and Washington, DC.
If you would like to get in touch and/or work together, please send me a message.
The Exquisite Corpse, following a simple but continuously elaborate algorithm, endlessly reinvents itself and reappears in a number of different contexts. (from The Exquisite Corpse: Chance and Collaboration in Surrealism’s Parlor Game)