How did you end up at SCB?
I came to SCB shortly after graduating college with a BFA in graphic design. My mom is an interior designer, and I’ve always been interested in the industry. When I heard there was an opportunity, I jumped on it!
How long have you been at SCB?
Almost 2 years.
What initially attracted you to study design or pursue a career in design?
I grew up around a very creative group of individuals. I had always practiced art and image-making, and I knew I wanted to pursue something visual. I became obsessed with typefaces, grids, layout, and how to convey information graphically. I was also inspired by the tangible and curation of designed experiences. I knew studying graphic design would lead me in an exciting direction.
What is the most interesting thing you have worked on in the past couple of weeks?
We recently created a print/digital sector-specific collateral piece on repositioning and rebranding buildings (scb.com/repositioning !!!). The layout and content are something completely new to SCB, and it was really exciting to stretch the brand in such new way.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
The versatility! It’s not a run-of-the-mill graphic design job—it’s a role that impacts space and behavior on a totally different level. This job challenges me to push the boundaries of both the graphic design and A&D industry in order to wed the two most visual, tangible, and impactful aspects of design in a way that resonates with architects and graphic designers alike as well as the people who see my work every day.