Full-time, I am the Graphic Communications Manager for the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW), having earned a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) degree in Communication Design from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD). Through the conceptualization and design of patient/client collateral, including print, digital and website media, as well as donor-based event marketing graphics, invitations, annual reports and philanthropy appeals, my work impacts the successful outcomes of the patients we serve. I also freelance as a graphic designer and enjoy photography in my free time. All my photos are taken with the use of lens attachments and my iPhone, a new art form commonly called iPhoneography. My work can be seen in galleries, museums and local businesses around the state under the name Mb Squared Photography. I currently reside in Bay View, Wisconsin, a Milwaukee lakefront community.
Great designers never retire. They eventually die.
Paula Scher: "It's through mistakes that you actually can grow. You have to get bad in order to get good."
Intuitive introversion... and dancing in the shower... Haven't slipped yet.
Backing vocalist for Tina Turner... "Rolling. Rolling. Rolling down the river..."
I would teach them to draw. Not necessarily teach them to draw something particular, though rather, just put their pencil to a sheet of paper and create something; simply introduce them to allowing their ideas flow onto the paper.