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, and Rock the Vote. I not only design visual brand identities and user interfaces, but fuse my passion for design with a knack for 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’s social media. I went on to serve as The Boston Globe’s first social media director, where I honed my technical abilities working at ‘breaking new’ speed. It was in this role that I became an advocate for increasing civic participation in the United States, which led me to freelance opportunities with Rock the Vote.
I combined my love of music and passion for design as the lead designer at MOTU, a music software company that powers top artists worldwide. I spent years perfecting highly detailed user interfaces at MOTU and now leverage that experience to serve freelance clients through my firm, Seize Digital.
When I’m not at my computer, you can find me playing the keyboard or biking on Cape Cod. I have B.A. from Western New England University and currently live in Providence, RI.