Graphic design is more than my job, it's my passion. It's the lens through which I view the world. And it's the way in which I can try to perform acts of tikkun olam, of healing the world. I care deeply about issues such as racial equity, LGBTQIA+ issues, fighting antisemitism, and so much more, and it is important to me to use my work to further those issues.
At its roots, design is communication. I use my degree in psychology along with tools such as user personas to target my designs, and to find ways to use typography, color, and images to communicate more than just the words on a page. And, equally important, I use my communication skills to connect with partners and teammates to make sure that we're all on the same page, and that we are all working together toward the same goal.
When I'm not designing, you can find me working on canine nosework with my dog, and making ridiculous outfits for trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World with my husband.