FluffyCo and Wavy Matter  FluffyCo is a lifestyle brand founded in 2004. It is focused on sustainability and an easygoing aesthetic across home, accessories and apparel with wholesale clients in the US, Canada, Australia and Japanese distribution. Key Accounts included Urban Outfitters, Crate&Barrel, ModCloth, Target, Fuego stores, and Ships (Japan) Notable Press: InStyle, DesignSponge, Elle, ReadyMade, Martha Stewart Living. Wavy Matter is the updated incarnation of FluffyCo– an online store that features small, sustainable designers and art objects, and donates a portion of profits to support public art. Key roles: Surface and product design for apparel, accessories and home oin addition to print and web design, branding, marketing, and video editing.





Feral Fabric is a collaborative social project and academic journal centering radical textile production. With artist Amanda Walters. The project brings forward ideas, conversations, workshops, and classes that combine textiles, contemporary art, and personal and cultural transformation. Feral Fabric has led numerous backpatch and banner-making workshops at venues including Berkeley Art Museum, NIAD Art Center, and Southern Exposure as well as pop up street events at pride and labor marches, and was commissioned to create a participatory artwork at Berkeley Art Center in 2020. Currently, Feral Fabric is distributing DIY self-expression and mending kits through Punks With Lunch, and working on a series of story quilts with unhoused people and communities in the Bay Area, seeking to challenge and reframe the conversation around homelessness. Key roles: Art direction, branding, print and web design, video editing






Puma  Christy Turlington’s Yoga Apparel collaboration with Puma centered the story of an urban yogi, finding quiet moments and space to practice in New York City. Key role: Art director with Gyro Worldwide





Print and Poster  Various Risographs and screen prints created as part of my expanded creative practice. I also specialize in one-color and repeat patterns for use in surface design for textiles and paper, and have developed a vast portfolio of teeshirt graphics, part of which is viewable here.






Public School Advocacy #OpenSchools #OpenSchoolsCA and BUSDParents are parent-led movements to safely reopen public schools during Covid19. Key roles: As the lead designer on both the local and statewide effort, I developed the #openschools identity that was used nation-wide to advocate for a safe, science-based reopening, and designed both the BUSDParents and OpenSchoolsCA websites from the ground up. I also created a range of posters for distribution at events and demonstrations.