I’m a graphic designer living in Cambridge, Massachusetts and working on things like books, identities, exhibitions, apparel, printed matter, and other kinds of products and editions. In 2005 I graduated from the University of Utah and, after working for a few years, went to grad school and earned an MFA from the Yale School of Art.

I currently lead the graphic design department at Harvard Art Museums, where I’m responsible for the creative direction and design of all publications, signage, advertising, and other print and digital communications. I also maintain a variety of ongoing independent projects and am often available for commissions, collaborations, and teaching.

If you’re interested in working together or just want to say hi, please feel free to send an email.

This website was programmed by Eric Li. The typeface is Space Mono by Colophon. For now, only a small selection of recent work is on view. Until a project section is added (don’t hold your breath), further work samples are happily provided on request. My previous website is here. Updates always forthcoming…