I am a communication designer
with a focus in print & publication design, visual identity, creative direction, and typography.
I am driven by the generative process of design, its multifaceted nature, and the meaningful conversations that are produced from it. My interest lies in leveraging critical thinking and history to inform my practice and design. The intrinsic meaning and beauty in handmade processes intrigue me and I am always looking for opportunities to integrate them into my ideation and production. In creating purposeful designs and systems, I enjoy using story-telling and co-design methods for engagement and collaboration.
Recently, I completed my Bachelor of Design in Communication Design at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, BC. I was the Editor in Chief of the student–run Woo Publication there. I was also a designer & researcher for The Health Design Lab at Emily Carr, in collaboration with the Evidence Centre at Sunny Hill Health Centre at BC Children’s Hospital.