Photo by Kendall Rock. 

Photo by everyone’s favorite “skifferman”, Terry Perensovich.

Most of my design & visual work has been in the context of conservation & environmental advocacy, food systems, fisheries, and health. I am interested in projects that explore the things that keep us fed, human, whole, & connected.
I have worked for environmental organizations, as a crew member on commercial fishing boats in Southeast Alaska, as a baker at a pie store, and most recently, as the Communications Director at the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association. 

Many of my projects take their final form on screen, but what I value most about the work I’ve been able to do has been the constant opportunity to watch & learn from the world around me. Color palettes are carved by looming mountains, tints brightened by patterns of light and weather, & stories inspired by the words, ideas, and passions of the people I am lucky to work with and learn from.

I am available for freelance projects involving website & print design, content creation, photography and communications strategy.

You can reach me at

Published & Featured:

Alaska’s Fishermen Team Up to Map Ocean Floor, Secure Fishing Future | Fishermen’s News
Photo, The Cordova Times
Photo, Alaska Dispatch News 
Sustainable, high-quality seafood delivered to Southeast Alaska | Juneau Empire
Selkie zine: The Soft Selkie- “Untitled”, The Fresh Selkie- “Low tide”
Frozen seafood gets a bad rap, but a Sitka fishermen’s group is trying to change that | Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska fishermen’s group counters misperceptions that fresh fish is always better than frozen | Alaska Fish Radio