I'm a designer and art director living in Brooklyn, New York, with a decade of expertise in brand identity, design strategy, and information visualization. An unabashed do-gooder, I believe that design can change the world for the better and I gravitate toward projects that let me put this belief into action.
Before striking out on my own, I worked as an Art Director at Purpose, using design and technology to engage participation on urgent social issues, and at Big Duck, creating smart communications for progressive nonprofits. Past clients have included World Animal Protection, Hillel, the National Disability Institute, and the Rockefeller Foundation. I hold a Master's degree in design from Carnegie Mellon University.
When I'm not thinking about design, I'm usually engaging in semi-experimental baking, binding books by hand, or running in Prospect Park.