From Chicago to New York, to Paris, to London, I've had the opportunity to study in some pretty exciting locations with amazing access to art. I'm lucky to have an at-home library filled with art books, which I love to peruse to get inspiration from artists such as Isamu Noguchi, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Yun Hyong-Keun, and Petra Collins.

I grew up sailing, so I naturally tend to be a collaborator. I love traveling and planning detailed trips while also leaving room for spontaneity. In my free time, you can find me on a leisurely walk, designing my dream home on Pinterest, or curled up with a good romance book.


My experience in managing and editing website content, as well as my ability to create digital communication materials for events, demonstrate a strong understanding of digital design principles.

Additionally, my skills in converting physical photographs into digital format for cataloging and marketing purposes highlight my proficiency in utilizing design software and attention to detail.

My experience in conducting research and streamlining internal management systems, alongside my ability to uphold high standards for public presentation, showcase my ability to effectively manage projects and deliver results.

My transferable skills and proficiency in design software make me a valuable candidate for a career in graphic design or design in general.


New York University
Photography and Art History
Bachelor of Fine Arts



Fulbright U.S Student Program (Alternate)
The Influence of Identites and Materials


Tisch School of the Arts
Seth Tobias Award


Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards
Gold Key in Photography

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