Graphic designer in Boston



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My path to design

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Photos courtesy of The Danger Booth


Although I've always had an artistic side, it took me a while to realize that I wanted make a career out of it.

Growing up I learned how to draw from copying comic books and how to craft with other materials from watching my mother, a talented quilter. Despite my early love for art, I took a different path and earned a degree in Political Science and Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Politics and art may not seem related, but I have found that the skills of diplomacy and cooperation are extremely helpful to a designer!

After college I moved to Boston and began to realize that at heart I wasn't a lawyer but a designer. While working full-time at a law firm downtown, I took evening classes at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. I completed the graphic design program at SMFA in December of 2012. The long nights were worth it. Currently I’m the Senior Graphic Designer at Emmanuel College. Before that I designed at SHIFT Communications and worked for several freelance clients.

My favorite thing about working as a designer is being able to hand someone the visual manifestation of their concept or identity and have them say, "Yes! This is what we needed!" or even, "This is better than I ever imagined." Designing challenges me and makes me happy.



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