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I'm an information designer and textile artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Currently working at the Center for Civic Design as Design Practice Lead & Civic Information Designer.


I translate bureaucratic information in order to alter people’s relationships to power. I research “publicly accessible” information produced by bureaucracies and translate this information into new forms so that more people can access, engage with, and learn from it. My work includes making information easier to read (through information design, plain language, language access, accessibility, and usability testing), visualizing information (through weaving, quilting, or collage), and changing the way we think about information (through investigating metaphor, developing tools, or play). My goal is to prompt new ways to think critically about the structures around us and work towards future bureaucratic structures that support all people.


I work on the same goal of increasing access to civic information in my role as Design Practice Lead at the Center for Civic Design, where I work with elections offices and civic engagement organizations to make elections easier to run, support innovation, and invite participation in elections.



I received my BFA in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design, where I gave the 2018 Commencement Speech about breaking up with institutions.


My work has been shown at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, the Sculpture Center, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, RIT, and RISD’s Gelman Gallery. I attended my first residency at Monson Arts and my work is included in the book Crafting Democracy (RIT Press, 2019). 

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