I am an experienced graphic designer specializing in web design, publication design and corporate identity. I have exceptional organizational and technical abilities with well-developed written and verbal communication skills. I excel at building projects from start to finish.
I work directly with the executive director of Development Communications and Donor Engagement and her team to create compelling proposals, outcome reports, PowerPoint decks and other collateral materials for current and potential donors.
As this organization grew to have a more international presence, I redesigned and rebuilt their legacy website using a more robust web platform facilitating features such as online enrollment and monthly conference promotions. Site maintenance and instruction of international team members on how to make updates was one of the prerequisites for this ongoing project. Network 20/20
I have published 30 issues of the organization’s magazine, Headlights, plus three biennial Elevated Railways books. I also design and maintain the ERA website. In addition to news and monthly Zoom meeting recordings, the site has increased member engagement by adding easy-to-use online ticket sales, dues renewal, publication sales and donations. ERA
II was elected to the board of directors in 2005 and promoted to first vice president in 2020. ERA Board
International aerospace components business with English, French and Japanese versions of most pages. I helped create a new site enabling Maverick Molding to promote their commercial and military aerospace engine programs. Most of the images used were professionally photographed, not stock. Maverick Molding
I also helped create this new site for an international aerospace components business with English, French and Japanese versions of most pages. There is heavy use of professionally photographed images of the company’s products and processes, many of them surprisingly beautiful. Maverick Molding
I created stand-alone websites (independent of the school’s website) for this private girls’ school. Also designed all other benefit collateral — logos, invitations, posters, tickets and programs — in partnership with Paul Zelinsky, a Caldecot-award-winning children’s book illustrator. The school’s headmistress commented, “I think it’s terrific! It’s witty and fun, but it’s sophisticated and manages to bridge the School’s history in a very dignified, yet very contemporary, way.” Brearley 2014 Benefit
Weekend workshop in advanced CSS techniques with Dan Cederholm and Ethan Marcotte
Handcrafted CSS: A Day of Markup & Style
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Communication Design, with honors
Tiny Treats and Dream Dragon Logos
New York Road Runners Club Half Marathon Logo
ERA Headlights Magazine