I fell in love with graphic design when I was a student at Rhode Island School of Design. The studio environment taught me that form making was a type of creative play.
I joined Wolff Olins as an intern and found an energetic and expressive environment that had the idealistic buzz of art school. At Wolff Olins, work feels like play, except it moves beyond the walls of the studio, coming to life in the real world.
I have been fortunate enough to work with exciting clients across a range of sectors, from culture and finance to transportation and non-profit. The highlight has definitely been working on The Met and seeing it go public, because it was one of the first projects I ever worked on.
Q & A
What’s been your proudest moment since joining Wolff Olins?
Seeing projects come to life
What word or phrase do you most overuse at work?
What do you mean?
What is your secret superpower?
Tell us something about Wolff Olins that no one knows?
We are fed pretty well! Tuesday family lunch, Wednesday bagels, Friday breakfast and Friday happy hour…(and that doesn’t even cover the London and SF offices!)