I’m a Jill-of-all-trades motion graphics, print, web and jewelry designer I’ve worked both in front of and behind the camera, doing everything from pigeon wrangling for the opening sequence of Damages, appearing on a L’Oreal hair color box, and starting the Motion Identity for the New Museum of Contemporary Art.
After spending years as a print and runway model and making it to Parson’s to study fashion design, I realized something important about myself. I’m a geek.
I started my design career in the interactive field, working for Agency.com. Around the same time I discovered my passion for motion graphics, which I pursued first by making videos for friends in the music scene. I went on to do motion graphics work for firms such as Trollback, Eyeball, Interspectacular, Imaginary Forces, and Superfad NYC, racking up more than eight years of experience delivering campaigns for clients in the consumer goods and broadcast industries, among others.
Greater New York City Area
Absolute Post, TV Land, RG/A , Humble, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Imaginary Forces, Buck, Blind NYC, Superfad, Creative X’s , First Ave Machine, Perception, Leroy + Clarkson, Interspectacular , Motive NYC-Full-service interactive agency , Plus Creative agency , Visual Comforts, Constellation TV, HOPR, Favorite Color, Definition 6, Bodega, Beehive, Bunker and more
Feel free to drop me a line.
I’m always looking for new challenges to throw myself into.