I’m a socially conscious, ethically driven creator with a focus in storytelling through motion and graphic design.


I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emerson College in 2020 with a BFA in Media Arts Production. At Emerson, studying film gave me my storytelling and ideation abilities, while RISD’s Summer Institute for Graphic Design Studies program gave me the precise execution skills of a graphic designer. 


As a recent grad exploring career paths, I freelance both motion and still design. I’m currently an Associate Motion Designer at Digitas Health and Ambler Beer Company’s Graphic Designer.

My senior BFA film, “Elizabeth-Antiqua” is a short, animated documentary about Elizabeth Friedländer, the first woman to design a commercial Latin typeface. Friedländer made history while facing physical and professional peril in Nazi Germany. “Elizabeth-Antiqua” details her recorded life while harnessing animation's limitless potential to fill in the gaps recorded history has left us with. The film is a meticulously researched, whimsically animated piece - a refusal to forget the great women of history. 


My internship experience includes comic lettering at Ghost Glyph Studios and social media content strategy at Digitas Health. While at Digitas, I conducted visual style research and contributed to post-production ideation for the Eyelove “stories I could tell” campaign. I was also fortunate enough to be on set for the shooting of two Eyelove ads spots with Jennifer Aniston.