Designing spaces that serve a community and connect people drives my passion for design.
I received an AAS Interior Design Degree from Parsons, The New School for Design where my work was selected to be published in the Parsons Archive. Upon graduation, I worked as a designer at an interior architecture firm, The Switzer Group, where I worked directly with major client such as IBM, AMC, Wells Fargo, and St. John’s University. During that time I founded a design brand, Paper Girl Print.
My work has been featured in Allermuir Fine Fair, GIFC Gallery in LA, which is an international traveling art show and will be featured this June in Fisher Parrish Gallery in Brooklyn.
I currently work as a freelance Lighting Designer for Pierce Lighting Studio as well as a freelance Graphic Designer. I enjoy that my work experience has given me exposure to a wide array of skills such as client management, brand strategy, 3D design, graphic design in addition to my architectural skills.
I am a member of 100s Under 100, a network of designers that gather to share ideas, concepts, and current works.
On the weekends you can find me in Brooklyn Bridge Park water coloring (sometimes with Ample Hills ice cream).