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.