Hello and thank you for visiting my website. I graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in May 2009 with a BFA of Graphic Design and am now running my own freelance design business.
I'm comfortable working in both print and web, and can craft a design style to fit almost any client's needs, from whimsical to traditional, ornate to simple and clean. I also hand-craft my own line of paper goods, which includes planners and calendars, journals, greeting cards, note pads, gift wrap, stationery, and custom order invitations. If you would like to view some of my current products, click here, or view my add on Thumbtack.com.
Born with a neuro-muscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, I use a wheelchair to get around and put a good deal of my time into disability advocacy projects. I specialize in ADA compliant design, both in print and web, and am currently managing the websites for two disability service agencies in Rhode Island. Through work on my pet project, [ation], I continue to explore the concept of universal design in graphic design and the application of the Person First philosophy as a design principle. You can view my work on [ation] in the portfolio section of this site.
Again, thank you for visiting my website and please feel free to share input on how I can improve it. If you're looking for a designer or have questions about a specific project or future work, please see my contact page to reach me.