I’m a graphic designer and writer based in New York City. I hold a BA in political theory and nonfiction writing from the University of Pittsburgh. I lived in Boston for six years, where I worked at Massachusetts Institute of Technology during the day and curated shows in my spare time.
I have taught graphic design classes at Maryland Institute College of Art, where I earned my Master of Fine Art in graphic design. I became interested in community-based design as a graduate student and regularly advised students who were working with underserved communities in East Baltimore. I soon realized that I also like to write about designers who were involved in these kinds of projects.
My design work has appeared in Print, Adbusters, Core 77, and Metropolis Magazine POV. My writing has appeared in Designer’s Review of Books, various conference proceedings, and I also regularly contribute to the Core 77 Design blog.Visit
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