Graphic and Web Design for the Literary Community
I currently work with freelance clients doing both web and print design. In addition to building and maintaining websites, I also design digital marketing campaigns for email and social media. My print design work includes posters for author readings, swag for literary conferences, and brand identity design, including logos, business cards, and letterhead.
I first learned to build websites in a course at Rhode Island School of Design in 2007. Since then, I've done graphic and web design work for many literary organizations, publications, and writers. From 2010-2013, I ran a small design company called Chocolog Media, whose clients included the literary magazines Prairie Schooner, The Drum, and Ocean State Review. Some of my more interesting projects have included designing maps for the endpapers of Sea People: The Puzzle of Polynesia (Harper, 2019); creating infographics for Harvard Review; and designing exhibitions for the Houghton Library at Harvard University.