Thank you for your interest in my work!
I am a San Francisco Bay Area resident of 20+ years, and an immigrant woman of color with solid progressive politics. I was born and raised in the United Arab Emirates until 1999.
For 17 years, I have been providing visual communications services to local, national and international social justice organizations. I worked at Design Action Collective (Oakland, CA) for a majority of that time as one of the earliest members, and I am currently self employed (since 2020) and running my own shop.
I have been engaged at various levels with organizing work in the Bay Area for a long time and am knee deep in social change work—within and outside of my design profession—and I bring that whole understanding and knowledge to the table. I currently also work with Freedom for Immigrants as an advocate on their ICE Detention Hotline.
My goals as a graphic designer are to support social change work by helping organizations tell their story through graphics and their online presence in the most effective and visually powerful way as possible.
I love to work with kind, respectful clientele who lift up and trust the work of immigrant women in tech. I support low stress, collaborative processes in which everybody feels heard and respected, and deadlines are met with ease. Please contact me about your project to talk more.