"We are looking ahead, as is one of the first mandates given us as chiefs, to make sure and to make every decision that we make relate to the welfare and well-being of the seventh generation to come. ... What about the seventh generation? Where are you taking them? What will they have?"
—Oren Lyons, Chief of the Onondaga Nation

How We (help) Win  

The most vital use of creative energy is that which uplifts. The core of design is problem solving—how do we make this information digestible, pose a question effectively? How do we say it different, do it different? 

 

Every generation will tell you they came of age in a time of crisis. Experts will tell you that this generation is facing a little more than the last. The only way forward is true brilliant innovation—in energy, in healthcare, in education. 

 

I went to a liberal arts college with a reputation for students who care so much about their craft, extracurricular projects are routinely prioritized over course work. Creatives are a force to be reckoned with. My fellow Emersonians and I have a duty to use this power for good. We are not the solution, but we can help. Not just to work on the set of the next hit sitcom, but to be a part of the exhausting fight to save humanity from itself. 

About Me

I’m a single (dog) mom who works two jobs: Social Media Content Animator for AnitaB.org and Associate Motion Designer at Digitas Health. 

 

I live in the Adobe Suite. My senior film at Emerson was primarily created in Maya. 

 

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