Making beautiful and useful art is a vocational standard for me. Design is my opportunity to invite all kinds of people to engage with art in their daily routines.
A (BRIEF) HISTORY
The year I turned eight, I made my first logo in Microsoft Word. During middle school, I honed my craft making campaign posters for student government elections. In high school, I learned the Adobe programs while working for the school newspaper and had my first-ever paid design gig.
I graduated from Whitworth’s fine-arts based graphic design program in 2019. It reignited a passion for off-screen art-making, something that now feeds my practice and encourages the pursuit of well-crafted design.
Now, I live in Spokane, WA, where I work as a freelancer and as the principal designer for a refugee resettlement agency. The rest of my time is spent in a book or on a mountain.