I’m a graphic designer, storyteller, and activist based in Washington, DC. Currently, I’m the staff designer for ThinkProgress. I was a former online organizer at Energy Action Coalition and web developer for PC Creative Group. I love working with small businesses, non-profits, and social justice organizations.

Currently, I use design to tell stories of progressive organizing and explain progressive ideas and policies in a visually striking way.

As a participant in social movements, I’ve used art, design, and development to help organizations grow. I frequently give talks to social justice organizations about using social media and visual storytelling in organizing. Get in contact or read my resume.

I believe in the power of design to change people’s lives by communicating ideas honestly, clearly presenting information, and telling stories of marginalized voices. I design because it’s important for social movements to have people who can tell stories, visualize messages, and call-to-actions.