How does your identity as a womxn inform your work?
Inherently. So much so that it’s hard to put into words.
What does feminism mean to you?
Letting my talent and character earn your respect, not my gender.
How have communities like Ladies Who Create impacted you?
When I first graduated, a womxn-built team outside of my job (which I didn’t care for) was the only thing that kept me excited about design and my future in it. These groups are so important for keeping us connected and human.
What do you want to be doing in five years?
Same as now, but better and with a dog.
What message do you have for womxn in the creative community?
We are the hardest-working people I know.