Who I am

I have a degree in psychology, a background in marketing and creative, and some fairly unique crossover know-how. Concept creation and copywriting are my strongest skills, but I’m also good with numbers, can code a website from scratch, understand current marketing trends and user interfaces, and am able to see the big picture that drives a project’s more tedious tasks.

I’ve held positions in various industries including nonprofit, tech, and agency and I’ve worked with clients from a wide array of verticals, including government, nonprofit, health and wellness, lifestyle, retail, tech, higher ed and more. I currently live in Boston with my old-lady boxer, Scout. I value a healthy work-life balance so I can enjoy the outdoors, exercise, meditate, travel, cook and listen to music.

MY SKILLS

Jack of all trades, master of some. I’m passionate about writing and illustrating… the other stuff just serves to make me better at those things.

Copywriting 0%
Illustration 0%
Visual Design 0%
Web Development 0%
My Experience

I’ve had the privilege to work with some awesome clients

In This Together Media

NAMING, BRANDING, DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT

Soule

BRANDING, WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT

ABS Technology

WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT, PHOTO RETOUCHING

Barrett-Jackson Auction Company

EVENT MANAGEMENT, FUNDRAISING

Cesar Millan Foundation

INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE, WEB COPYWRITING

Jeanie Coomber

BRANDING, WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT

PeakLogix

WEB DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT, PRINT DESIGN

Saks Fifth Avenue

EVENT MANAGEMENT, FUNDRAISING

My Blog

Latest News From My Blog

Just some thoughts on some things…

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How to stop being a slave to time and create more of it

Time. What does that word conjure up for you? For most people (including me), it immediately makes me feel stressed, hurried,...

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Always be creating

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been exposed to a lot of art. I visited the Museum of Fine Art...

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Creating a sense of purpose, not urgency

How do you tell a client that you can’t rush the creative process? We often create problems for ourselves by...

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