My love for design first took seed while scouring every Vogue and Elle magazine I could get my hands on in the small town of Aiken, SC. In my teens, I lived for Marc Jacob’s Perry Ellis collections and idolized Tom Ford's Gucci reign. In college, I applied my love of fashion and design to studying fashion photography at Savannah College of Art and Design. But by senior year I realized pairing words with imagery could be that much more powerful. And that's when I made the leap to the world of graphic design. 

After graduation I moved to the ATL, working on a variety of clients ranging from Coca-cola to Verizon - all while working side hustle of rave flyers and nightlife websites. As one of the original creatives at Moxie Interactive I helped launch multiple campaigns for Verizon Wireless and then went on to sharpen my programming skills building sites for Powerade and AT&T. In 2008 I made my move to NYC, joining Continuity, then a small but strong digital shop of 20-30. I saw us grow and evolve as we merged with Mcgarrybowen and was privileged enough to play a role in large scale projects that lent to winning Agency of the Year in 2009 and no. 2 in 2010. From there I made my way to KBS+ in an integrated role on Harman Kardon, JBL, AKG, BMW, and Goldman Sachs.

These days you can find me working on a wide breadth of brands from luxury fashion to wireless tech.
My focus is on crafting stories and experiences through innovation or within the social space. And when I'm not creating ad magic, you can find me out dancing til sunrise or planning my next world adventure.