I'm a creator of things. I love cats, and I have one named Tucker. I named my Etsy shop, Tucknote, after him. Previously a digital designer and art director working in advertising and social media, I am now a second year graduate student studying Interior Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence (May 2018 Master of Design candidate). I like baking, fiction, and an organized work space.
Working With Marla
* Currently seeking full-time employment in the field of interior architecture / design beginning June 2018! *
I am available for part-time digital design freelance projects. Need interior design help? I can do that, too! If you like what you see in my Etsy shop, let's chat about custom products. Please reach out if you're interested in working with me in any capacity.
RISD Interior Architecture Thesis
Given the undeniable effects of climate change, the public must be educated on the direct positive impact the implementation of readily available sustainable building technologies could have within their communities.
An exhibition merging the possibilities of adaptive reuse with sustainable building technology, juxtaposed against the steady plodding of climate change, will educate visitors on sustainable building tactics and encourage mass implementation.
Project completion: May 2018 | Proposal book: here | Thesis information updated: 2/2/17
Tucknote is an Etsy shop I started in February of 2015 that sells paper goods and gifts inspired by cats! The shop is a labor of love filled with a slowly growing supply of handmade items. Currently on the roster are hand-lettered cat quote posters, greeting cards, and laser cut acrylic pieces. All aspects of the business are handled by me.