Liz is a senior brand communications designer on our brand team. Her passion for design comes from organizing complex information in a clear, easy, visually appealing way so people can engage and relate with brands in more meaningful ways.
Prior to joining Studio Science, Liz served as Creative Services Director at the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra where she collaborated with a talented team of designers on the rebrand of the organization.
While a designer at McGinty Inc., Liz worked on brands like Barnes & Noble, in addition to universities like Harvard, Yale, and University of Pennsylvania. One of her most notable designs can still be seen today at Harvard University where she researched and designed a mural that still lives in the Barnes & Noble College Bookstore on Harvard’s campus.
As a multi-disciplinary designer and life-long learner, Liz began her studies of art and graphic design at the Kansas City Art Institute. Today, she continues to develop and refine her skills by completing the UX/UI bootcamp at allWomen, based in Barcelona Spain; in addition to an animation course at The Cooper Union in NYC. When she’s not studying she is keeping up with trends alongside fellow designers as an active member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).
Liz is a recent transplant to New York City and you’ll often find her enjoying a subway ride as she explores the city with her husband Jef and her rescue pup Phyllis.