About me

A passionate and creative designer with expertise in creating memorable digital experiences. 

All things digital

I’m a creative, out-of-the-box thinker with a deep passion for digital design. I have over a decade of experience working with a wide range of brands like The Boston Globe, Subway, Rock the Vote, MOTU, and more. I not only design visual brand identities and user interfaces, but fuse my passion for design with photography and videography. My work is characterized as sharp, detail oriented, and appealing. 

I began my career as an art director at McCarthy, Mambro & Bertino, one of Boston’s top five ad agencies, where I spent two years working on creative for Subway Restaurants’s digital initiatives. From there I joined The Boston Globe as the first social media director, where I honed my technical abilities working at the speed of ‘breaking news’. It was in this role that I became an advocate for social impact & civic participation, which led me to freelance opportunities with Rock the Vote, Impactual and Deliver Strategies. 

The majority of my professional career has been focused on digital design & music technology. I combined my love of music and passion for design as Lead Designer at MOTU, a music software & hardware developer that serves top artists worldwide. I spent years creating highly detailed user interfaces at MOTU and now leverage that experience to serve freelance clients through my firm, Seize Digital. I am also currently the product designer for Creative Intent, a boutique audio plugin company.

When I’m not at my computer, you can find me writing and producing music or biking on Cape Cod. I have B.A. from Western New England University and am currently based out of the Northeast but try to skip as much of winter as possible by heading south. 

I’ve had the pleasure working with brands both large and small. The variety of brands that I have worked with has resulted in a diverse portfolio and expansive set of design skills and digital knowledge.