I'm an observer. I seek out the poetics in things and strive to create visual order. In design, I use that skill to translate client needs into graphic solutions.

Professionally speaking, I'm a graphic designer and screen printer. I studied both Architecture and Fine Art History before discovering the tribe that is Graphic Design at OCADU. I'm interested in creating bold, intelligent design and working with thoughtful and trusting clients. I am slightly obsessed with typography. I like to celebrate it when it's good, point out when it's bad and play name-that-font with my pals. When I'm not screen printing airport codes and maps on pillows, I enjoy working on branding projects, collaborating with other creatives and producing visuals for small businesses. I am currently available for freelance projects.


Books that changed me: A Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit, The Gift by Lewis Hyde, Slouching Towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion. 

Artists currently on repeat: Dirty Projectors, Romare, and Sylvan Esso with a consistent lifelong peppering of Fleetwood Mac.


I occasionally tweet, 'gram and pin.