I was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Indonesia, Thailand, Uganda, and Nepal. My work includes experience with communities, governments, non–governmental organizations, and private businesses. I believe that design opens up larger cultural dialogues that connects ideas, information, and people. I have also taught in the Undergraduate Graphic Design department at MICA.


My work has been exhibited in Women of Graphic DesignAIGA Fresh Blood VIGraphic Design: New BasicsPrint Magazine, 4th Biennial Graphic Design FestivalBill and Melinda Gates Foundation


University of California Irvine, Verynice Studio, United Nations Children's FundMaryland Institute College of Art, American Heart Association


I lived in Uganda from the age of 12–19, where I completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma. I then moved to America to pursue a dual Bachelors of Fine Art's degree in Environmental Design and Drawing at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Once I graduated, I received a scholarship to conduct research on behavioral change communication in Nepal. Having completed my research, I pursued a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at MICA.


I distill complex content and make information visually stimulating, user–friendly and accessible.