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First and foremost, I am the mother to two delightful and sparkly daughters, Amelia and Georgia. They are a pleasure to be around, and I am extremely proud of them. In the spring of 2015, I began working for myself out of my home office, which has helped me navigate the delicate balance between work and family. As time (and energy) allows, you will find me on the tennis court, tending to my garden, or throwing a ball to our golden retriever, Roxy.  

I have been creating beautiful designs for over twenty years, with much of my expertise in the non-profit world, mainly admissions and development communications for K–12 and higher education clients. Over the course of my career, I have worked on many types of design projects, including annual reports, branding, stationery packages, ad campaigns, brochures, websites, invitations, packaging, and books. As lead designer on small and large-scale projects, I shape creative concepts and ensure the quality of the final product. I manage projects from conception through production, including art directing photo shoots and on-site print supervision, working closely with clients, members of the design team, writers, account directors, photographers, printers, and web developers to ensure the end result is on target, on budget, and on time. 

I received a BFA in Graphic Design from Carnegie Mellon University in 1991 and then returned home to Philadelphia to start my career. I’ve had the good fortune to work with a handful of fabulous people and firms along the way, the longest and most recent position being with Kelsh Wilson Design — for nearly 15 years. They are more like family to me than former co-workers, and I’m thankful we still get together every month or two to enjoy some cheer and share life’s updates. 

I would welcome the opportunity to work together. 

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