I’m a graphic designer who recently graduated (in 2019) with my BFA in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). I enjoy design because it allows me to cross over into other areas that I’m passionate about, such as math, fitness and social change. In order to be a successful designer, I find that you have to seek inspiration from places outside of design, which has allows me to continuously have the opportunity to learn new things (such as about natural disasters, architecture, bacteria, and the postal system!).
I am currently based out of the D.C. and Northern Virginia area, and am working as a designer for the Washingtonian Magazine. I also currently work as an independent freelance designer on the side.
I have previously worked as as an intern for The Independent Group, as a graphic designer for MICA's Career Development Center, and as a graphic design intern for L.L. Bean's corporate creative department, and at The Hatcher Group, a communications and PR firm that promotes social change. I have also served as a designer for Full Bleed, an annual literary and arts publication at MICA, and served as the graphic designer for 2 years for the MICA Thespian Club. While at MICA, I served as President of The MICA Design League.
Outside of design, I am very passionate about health and fitness. I do CrossFit regularly (ask me about my analogy of CrossFit and Graphic Design!), and have recently taken up running as well. I’m currently looking to explore more ways how I can bring my passion for fitness and exercise into my work.
Overall, I've been told that I'm fun and easy to work with. I'm used to juggling multiple responsibilities, and I always meet deadlines. If you are looking for someone who is dedicated, fun, and organized, I hope you will consider reaching out! I'm always open to taking on new projects. View Resume