creative director + graphic designer
Art supplies, color and design have been my favorite forms of expression for as long as I can remember. While studying painting and fine arts in college, I designed and sold my own jewelry line.
In 1996, after studying graphic design, I began working in new media, where I discovered start-up branding. By 1997, I was immersed in digital media, playing a prominent creative role for several pioneering Web-based brands.
A few years later, ready for a new design venture, I co-founded a clothing line called edward an.
At edward an, I combined my love of fashion and illustration with an entrepreneurial twist, focusing on marketing, pr and sales along with graphic design and branding. In 2002, I left the company to start a graphic design and branding business. In 2010, I became Art Director for the Museum of Tolerance and Simon Wiesenthal Center, overseeing the creative department of the Los Angeles headquarters, Chicago and New York offices. My primary mission has been to uplift and
breathe new life into their many brands while
maintaining a uniform look across various
communication touch points. As a side note I
have helped to raise millions for their new MOT in Jerusalem. I thrive in fast paced environments and live for great accomplishments.
graphic design + computer graphics
art center college of design