I am a graphic designer based in Wenatchee, Washington, which is a small town nestled at the confluence of two powerful rivers just east of the Cascade mountains. While I'm loving life in the foothills, I have big-city roots. I grew up in Seattle, Washington, and moved to New York City at 18 to attend New York University and Hunter College. After ten unbelievable years living in the hearts of both Manhattan and Brooklyn, working with youth as a social worker, I moved back to Seattle, and eventually down to Portland, Oregon. Surrounded by a spectacular amount of design inspiration in PDX, I transitioned out of social work and toward a creative path that had been calling me for years, attending my first year of graphic design school. Life brought me here to Wenatchee in 2015, where I have been able to finish my design education and enjoy 300 days of sunshine a year.
My education and experience in both social work and design have helped me to understand the value of clear communication, a savvy organizational system, and most of all, a strong brand. Helping a consumer to develop a clear expectation of you and your brand through design is of paramount importance. I look forward to working with you to develop a design that communicates with your audience in a consistent and unforgettable way.
I love to collaborate with clients to find a design solution that is clean and elegant, as well as eye-catching and energetic. I use Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign to create everything from corporate logos to wedding invitations. Every project that I work on is customized to your needs, which means that pricing will depend on the scope of the project. While I live in Wenatchee, I travel to Seattle frequently and also work with clients remotely in different states.
Wenatchee Valley College Graphic Design Program; 2015 – 2016
Portland Community College Graphic Design Program; 2014 – 2015
Hunter College School of Social Work; MSW; Concentration – Group Work; 2007
New York University School of Social Work; BSW; Major – Social Work, Minor – Photography; 2006