I am a designer, artist and educator living in Brooklyn.                                                               

My design approach draws from an extensive knowledge of fine art and history which helps bring much thought and creativity to each project I design.  I work with curators, writers, artists and museum directors–all of whom have strong ideas and desires. My role is to interpret these expressions and arrive at solutions that are accessible, have impact and reflect overall content.  I have designed projects for world class institutions including the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, The New York Public Library, The Jewish Museum, Forbes Inc. and many others.

I'm currently teaching design in New York City at both the Fashion Institute of Technology and Stern College for Women. I love teaching — interacting with all ages requires clear and effective communication...great skills I'm able to continually refine.  I've also taught design and fine art at Temple University's Tyler School of Art, Oregon College of Arts and Crafts and Sotheby's Art Institute. My bachelor's degree is in Fine Arts from The University of Michigan and I have a Master of Fine Arts from Temple University's Tyler School of Art.