I’m a creative thinker + freelance graphic designer. Atlanta, Georgia is my home—and my favorite city. I love working with museums, public spaces, and cities to design creative solutions and tell meaningful stories.
Owner, Designer, Explainer-in-Chief
I discovered my graphic design destiny in a basement classroom at my public high school and I never looked back. I earned my BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Georgia, where I was indoctrinated into the cult of typography and encouraged to save the world with an infographic.
There, I also learned about having fun with the people you work with: they’ll give you the greatest insight when you least expect it.
Even several years into my professional career, I’m still optimistic about the power of design. As a freelance graphic designer in Atlanta, I strive to build a beloved community for all. My clients come from many fields—local businesses and agencies, private commissions, social and civic organizations—but they all have big hearts and a passion for their communities, just like me.
I’m proud to call Atlanta home.
I’ve been a local since kindergarten; my mom grew up here during the formative 1960s. When I moved intown after college, I couldn’t keep track of all the neighborhoods people mentioned. So I began to create my own map, which eventually became my Atlanta Neighborhoods series.
As I spent countless hours researching Atlanta’s 240+ neighborhoods, my understanding of the city grew deeper. Next, I used my hard-nosed typography skills to make my map pleasing to read. To get the prints produced to my standards, I relied on my tenacity and communication skills. And it was my genuine love for the city that helped me sell all 100 of my first-edition Atlanta Neighborhoods screen prints.
If I did this on my own, imagine what we could create together!
Proven Methods of Madness
Environmental + Interpretive Design
Why Go Mad?
- formally trained in design and art history
- great communication skills
- excels in demanding environments
- demonstrates empathy as a core value
- organized and responsible, still a weirdo
- very personable, makes hilarious jokes
- big-picture thinker with an eye for detail
Ready to Make Something Amazing?