Hi, I’m a Graphic Designer based in New York City. I graduated from University of California, Los Angeles in 2020, where I studied Art and Art History and I am now working as a Designer on Michael Gericke’s team at Pentagram. Previously, I have worked for Artisan Council, The Jewish Museum, VICE Media, and Bravo within NBCUniversal.

My main interests within design include typography, archives, branding, and publication design, as well as the intersections between art and design.

Big fan of to-do lists, lists in general, Hieronymus Bosch, the relationship between witchcraft and feminism, weird art, and squished typefaces.



Logos and related materials created for a printmaking studio in Los Angeles to symbolize the artistic process of printing. This project is composed of one primary logo—shown across the studio’s printed matter—with two accompanying logos inspired by the artist’s work and handwriting. An icon was created, as well, from the primary logo and secondary logo, representing the layering of plates and colors when printing. The studio’s print assets live on translucent paper, reminiscent of tracing paper used by the artist to transfer drawings, allowing for a reflected image of the logo to show through from either side.