About

I am a freelance graphic and web designer, and independent game designer. I have done graphic design for print, web, and social media, from book covers and training manuals to online message campaigns. My website clients include bloggers, photographers, research programs, and various small businesses.

My freelance projects have included work with established brands such as AARP, as well as new companies and independent professionals seeking to establish their identities. I've worked with these clients to translate their company niches and messaging goals into visuals, managing and executing design from initial concept to finished logos, websites and more.

My working style is highly collaborative. I'm good at explaining the pros and cons of different approaches, and I make sure to understand the client's needs and perspective at every step of a project. I'd rather make a few extra calls or write a few extra emails than push forward before we're on the same page. I've had rewarding collaborations with clients of diverse backgrounds, meeting each client at their level of knowledge, experience, and exposure to the design process.

I am a relaxed, upbeat person with enthusiasm for joint projects of all kinds. I workshop games with other independent developers, coach and play ultimate frisbee, and contribute analytical articles to an ESPN-linked baseball blog.

I am currently based in Philadelphia, PA, USA.