I currently work on both digital and experiential projects for Emory University, as a senior graphic designer with the Libraries Exhibitions team. 

I design exhibitions, strategize around content and audience engagement, and produce marketing collateral for higher ed and nonprofits. 

Design Background

I attended University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, the Interior Design (DAAP), earning my B.S. Architecture degree in 2010. 

During my program, I participated in the Professional Practice program, also known as “co-op.” I had the opportunity to intern full-time for Ziger/Snead Architects in Baltimore. MD in the Spring and the Fall of 2008.

In the spring of 2009, I interned at the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and spent my free time learning to use software in the digital media center at JHU. I documented quintessentially 'Baltimorean' events and arts spaces with both photography and video.

In the summer I set off for my study abroad in Australia. I studied the culture's socially engaged design practice inherent in arts spaces in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. I also spent 3 weeks traveling in New Zealand afterwards.

In the fall of 2009, I interned at Alliance Architecture in Durham, NC. After my graduation in 2010, I began working at the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus.

Clients

  • ThrdSpace, a creative place-making studio in Atlanta
  • Our Future Learning Center, child care centers in metro Boston
  • Society of Georgia Archivists (SGA)
  • Academy of Certified Archivists (ACA)