I can’t remember a time when I was not always drawing.
My parents were artists so you could say I hit the art supply jackpot… markers, pencils, paints and pastels in every shade imaginable and stacks of colored paper to apply them to.
A life-long New Yorker, I attended the legendary High School of Music & Art and Parsons School of Design. My illustrations use vibrant combinations of dyes and inks, gouache, watercolor, colored pencil and collage and have appeared in print, on the web and on textiles. I also take private commissions.
I have wonderful childhood memories of spending the day with my father at his design studio in lower Manhattan. I loved being there, drawing pictures while he worked at (what seemed at the time) a massive drafting table. My studio, in a sunny space overlooking Union Square Park, is just a short walk from that building where I’d accompany him to work. The sights and scents of the park and its Greenmarket and the endlessly diverse community inspires my work.
I live and work in Manhattan where my husband and I raised our two sons. When not covered in ink, I can be found in my kitchen covered in flour or biking around the city’s beautiful parks and waterfronts.
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST: Avenue Capital Group, B’nai Jeshurun, Brotherhood/Sister Sol, The Children’s Place, Gap/GapKids/babyGap, Great Performances, The Heschel School, Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Jewish National Fund, Kmart, Katchkie Farm, Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of NY, The Shefa School