Just a little about me.


Years Experience





(Honestly, I lost count)

I have always considered myself as more than just a designer. There’s more to a design than just what’s aesthetically pleasing, it has to be functional and purposeful reaching to achieve a determined goal. Creating meaningful and memorable experiences is my passion.

Memorable experiences in design for me mean maintaining a consistent brand. This is what attracted me most to my current position at WESCO Distribution. It’s a solid company that had been around for a while, but its position in the digital world was very infantile and its consistency in visual voice was almost non-existent. There was a wide-open range to pioneer programs that have not only never been done within the company but also opportunities to raise the bar against the competition in the B2B space.

Before arriving at WESCO, I worked for more than 5 years as an independent studio owner developing brand and campaign strategies for large non-profits and mid-sized businesses. Blending my experience in both print and web, I strategized and executed multi-channel campaigns striking the perfect balance of traditional and new media. I had the pleasure of working with the National Aviary, PPG Paints, Weirton Medical Center, Barnesville Hospital and more.

Prior to working independently, I served as Art Director at Forge Communications, a full-service marketing and public relations agency in Pittsburgh. In this position, I conceptualized and created integrated marketing campaigns for clients in a vast array of industries including the Pittsburgh Port Authority, Bayer, the Western Pennsylvania Parkinson Association, Nova Chemicals, and Beaver County.

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