My path to becoming a designer was not linear. As an undergraduate, I studied fine arts (intaglio printmaking) with a minor in economics. After graduation I contemplated entering a management training program with a Wall Street investment firm. Luckily, I came to my senses. I took a few design classes, enough to get a job as a receptionist/jr designer with a NY design studio. After two more years of evening design classes, I entered the MFA program in graphic design at Yale.
In the years following, I have worked in a variety of industries including publishing, architecture, retail, food and beverage, cannabis, aviation, and hospitality. I continue to be passionate about building brands and, of course, all things visual, spacial and tactile.