After graduating from undergraduate school in 2008, I worked as both an in-house designer and a freelancer until I made the decision to attended graduate school at the University of Baltimore in 2012. While there, I studied integrated design and working as a graduate teaching assistant. I also taught visual communications to online web design students. My thesis, “30 Days on Route 30: A Search for Nostalgia on America’s Main Street”
, is a personal interactive documentary of a month I spent traveling, interviewing, and filming a “forgotten” transcontinental highway.
After completing my MFA, I moved to California, where I worked as a senior graphic designer for the University of California, Davis. I specialized in creating dynamic educational and training materials for government agencies, industry leaders, and other institutes of higher learning. In 2019, I left academia to join Magellan Healthcare where I create user-focused and highly strategic multimedia solutions to boost the talent of the company’s 9,000+ employees. My husband Adam and I have a little boy and two spoiled rotten dogs. Connect with me on LinkedIn
, if you’d like!