A front-end designer based out of downtown Toronto.


I am perpetually curious with an insatiable thirst for knowledge.

My passion lies in creating joyful digital moments that enhance the user experience. Code has become an important part of my creative process - it is empowering being able to incorporate both design software and development tools into my workflow.

There are countless creative projects that I am working on at any one time. My recent work explores web animations and SVG illustration. Up-coming projects will focus more on motion design and digital story-telling. Stay tuned!

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  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Sketch
  • InDesign
  • After Effects
  • Snap SVG
  • jQuery
  • Sass
  • HTML
  • CSS


Animated Self-Portrait

Responsive Design, SVG Animation, Illustration

This personal site design started off as an experiment - an excuse to play with SVG line animations. One thing lead to another and I had meticulously animated all the curly lines using CSS, and decided to use it as the main feature of my previous portfolio site. I wrote a blog post about the redesign process - read it here.

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The Code Mobile

Vehicle Design, SVG Illustration, Branding

Working with the Ladies Learning Code team, this project provided me with a fun excuse to design something bold, funky, and comic-book inspired - all while supporting a cause that is very close to my heart: teaching people (specifically women & kids) to code.

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New Spark Creative Studios

Web Design

A hypothetical one-page responsive web design for a creative agency, using a trendy video background. Still a work in progress.

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Nerdy Holidays

Responsive Design, SVG Animation, Illustration

To celebrate the holiday season - and satisfy my own nerdyness - I felt inspired to create this SVG morphing project using 60 polygons.

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Casa Loma (Case Study)

Web Design, Illustration

A redesign of the current Casa Loma site. I had fun researching the design trends from the turn of the century (the era that the castle was built). I quickly fell in love with the "steampunk" aesthetic and designed the Casa Loma wordmark in that style.

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I am proud to be an instructor at Ladies Learning Code (LLC) - a not-for-profit organization which provides beginner-level workshops that aim to introduce various aspects of web development. I am also a lead mentor at HackerYou, where I help full-time and part-time students master intermediate web development concepts.

In December 2015, I was featured on representing LLC and teaching kids across Canada how to code a digital holiday card. I also appeared on What She Said - SiriusXM Radio where I encouraged listeners to learn code.

In February 2015 I was featured in Normale Magazine, discussing the cultural stereotypes behind coding and sharing thoughts on the evolution of technology.


I always welcome a new creative challenge and I love collaborating with people who are passionate about their work. I am currently available for select projects and contracts.

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