It is my belief that you don’t have to spend a fortune for a high-end, contemporary looking product – nor do you have to settle for the generic, affordable options offered by big-box online stores.  Creating impressive looking designs on your budget, while maintaining the highest standards in paper, typography and quality is possible.  Communication is also very important to me, and I believe all clients deserve the one-on-one attention that is so often sacrificed with online ordering.

I stay well-versed in what trends are popular but am equally interested in creating unique, novel designs.   I happily welcome all freelance projects and specialize in invitations, wedding suites and all manner of life-event stationary.  My goal is to create paper goods that represent your personality and lifestyle; those which are not focused on the mass market, but are unique and different, just like you and me.

In addition to unique personal creations, I also have a range of experience in critiquing and re-imagining the visual aspects of branding, logo design, and creating original ad content.  I listen to my clients goals and am mindful of them throughout the design process in order to create a cohesive and organized final product.

Since graduating with a BFA from Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2007, I have been working as a designer in the magazine industry. I’ve applied my design talent to a range of titles, including shelter, custom luxury and business-to-business magazines. In addition to my day job, I have enjoyed creating various freelance projects for a range of clients.