Who Am I?
I’m a full-stack designer with over 7 years of professional design experience. I have a degree in Visual Communication Design from the University of Hartford and I’ve worked as both an in-house designer and independently as a freelancer. Since becoming an independent designer in Spring 2017, I’ve worked with clients large and small across the United States.
I’m goal-oriented and always focused on the big picture. I want to make people’s lives easier. I take a human-centered approach and prioritize collaboration and open communication to make informed design decisions.
I pay attention to the details and put a strong emphasis on process and craft. I believe in remaining curious about people, industries, and projects, as well as continuously honing my skills. My yearning for knowledge and natural curiosity drives my passion to create stellar digital experiences.
I believe in communicating early and often, always with honesty and kindness.
Design is human, and an empathetic approach helps us get closer to an overall more pleasant experience.
Never stop learning. I believe in remaining curious about people, industries, and projects, as well as continuously honing my skills.
Get to Know Me
If you’re considering working with me on a project, surely you’d like to know a little bit about who I am when I’m not working away in the office!
I love to cook.
When I’m not at the computer, I’m usually in the kitchen whipping something up. I love the tactile nature of cooking and the zen of mincing up ingredients. Cooking gives me a chance to recharge and nourish myself and my loved ones, and inspiration tends to strike as I’m staring transfixed at a simmering sauce.
Painting & photography are my other creative outlets.
I love image making, whether through watercolor painting or by capturing photos through a lens. My favorite subject matter is nature, landscapes, flowers, and animals. One day I’ll finally get around to putting up some of my paintings and photographs on this website, but for now you’ll have to take my word for it.
I have a mischevous black cat named Zorro.
When he’s not snoozing next to my desk, he’s usually up to no good. Occasionally he strolls along in the background (or foreground) of my video calls, and sometimes you’ll even see him perched precariously on the back of my office chair.
Interested in working together?
I’d love to set up a time to talk and learn more about your next project.