Designer Extraordinaire

I am a recent graduate of the School of Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The curriculum at RIT has afforded me the ability to dip my toes into many areas of design including brandings, editorial, and web design. I am currently working full-time at Gupta Media in Cambridge Massachusetts.
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Design Museum Boston

Posted on July 11th, 2011

In a little over a year, Design Museum Boston has grown from an idea conceived by a pair of local designers into an innovative nomadic museum at the forefront of design education and promotion. I’m a proud volunteer...
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AIGA BoNE Show 2011 Winner!

Posted on July 10th, 2011

On June 9th, I received an AIGA BoNE award for my Contradiction Poster Series, and I like to tell you a little about the application process, when I found out I had won something, and the event itself. I've been a member of AIGA since 2009, was involved as an officer for my student chapter at RIT and have continued to volunteer, most notably for...
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Project Spotlight on Medved Outfitters

Posted on August 5th, 2010

Medved Running and Walking Outfitters is a small family owned retail business in Pittsford New York, near Rochester. After meeting with the owner, Dan Medved, two things stood out in his assessment of his business and philosophy.
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Project Spotlight on Raw Material

Posted on July 26th, 2010

After a couple of portfolio reviews in Boston (Yes! I’m here now! Hire me!) it has become clear to me that there are some pieces in my portfolio that have distinct character that doesn’t necessarily come across in the way I present them, specifically the process and/or the handmade aspect to some design elements. As a derect result of some conversations with designers I admire and respect, I’m introducing Project Spotlights as a way of describing some unique aspects to some of my favorite projects!
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The Colon

Posted on June 2nd, 2010

Typography is a designer’s most valuable tool. We are taught to admire it, notice the details, have a reason for it and most importantly follow the rules. As a recent graduate, I know that typography errors in my work are unacceptable; I will not be hired if I don’t turn my ligatures on, or leave my copy hanging with widows and orphans. Then again, when you do break the rules amazing things can happen!
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