I am a communications designer and researcher with over seven years of experience working across print and digital media. I studied art and design in New York, before moving to the UK to pursue an MA degree at the Department for Typography and Graphic Communication in the University of Reading. I have previously worked in communications and digital design agencies both in London and New York.

I am currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image at London South Bank University and my research is a collaborative partnership project between CSNI in London and Rhizome, a leading international born-digital art organization based in New York. My research focuses on questions related to presentation and performativity in the online archive of born-digital art, which I examine through the lens of interface design (theory and practice).

In my spare time, I do freelance work for arts and cultural projects. I am also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Reading. Occasionally I give talks. Feel free to get in touch regarding collaborations, workshops or other ideas.

2016–Ongoing

London South Bank University, London, UK
PhD in Arts & Creative Industries

University of Reading, Reading, UK
Department of Typography and Graphic Communication
MA Book Design

Adelphi University, New York, USA
BFA Studio Art (Major in Graphic Design, Minor in Art History)

Work experience

2016–Ongoing

Freelance designer

Co-founder & editor at Inland Editions

Selected clients

Victoria & Albert Museum, Reading International (University of Reading), London School of Economics, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, International Rescue Committee, Centre for London, The Roundhouse (London), London Funders, Taschen Publishing and Laurence King Publishing