I design and build websites and create interactive applications and motion graphics for presentations and exhibitions.
My work in digital media began with video projects and an interest in the potential of the Internet as a venue for the presentation of artwork and multimedia. My background is in the fine arts. I attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (BFA), and have continued studies in New York at the Art Students League and the New York Studio School. I addition to exhibiting my own artwork, I have served on the boards of non-profit organizations, and as an arts administrator and educator. I was a founding partner of The (x) Gallery in Nantucket.
Before establishing a career as an independent designer, I was the web designer for CIO.com, the online publication of CIO Magazine, and in the five years I served in that capacity designed the start-up websites for CIO magazine’s CIO Executive Council, a professional organization for CIOs, the CIO Best Practice Exchange, a members-only network of CIOs from top-tier organizations, CSO Magazine, Bio-IT World, the redesign of Darwin Magazine online, and participated in the development of a variety of other online initiatives and content.
I have worked recently with Harvard Business Publishing as the Flash and HTML5 developer for the production teams for two online courses for educators , IT for Management and Management Communication.
I served as the web master for the The Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture, and coordinated the redesign and an expansion of the institution’s use of online resources.