I am a U.S.-based, award-winning creative director, writer, designer, and communications strategist for public advocacy causes and campaigns — including expansion of workers’ and voters’ rights, access to affordable health care, consumer safety, public education, climate change and environmental protection, and international development. I own Daylight Communications, a boutique agency specializing in message and brand development, strategic planning, and content creation for digital, online, print, display, and video media.
I would be your primary contact, partner, and designer for the annual report project. When the need arises, I draw from a reliable team of specialists to expand my services and capabilities.
Before starting Daylight in 2000, I was the Senior Vice President and Creative Director for Campaign Performance Group, at the time a leading national political direct mail consulting firm. I founded Daylight to transition away from mainly electoral campaigns toward serving the broader vision and focused agendas of cause-oriented, issued-based non-profit organizations and grassroots advocacy campaigns.
Previously a magazine editor, art director, and illustrator, I have published profiles on a diverse collection of cultural icons, including psychologist Bruno Bettelheim, writers Michael Ondaatje and Russell Banks, biologist Paul Ehrlich, linguist and activist Noam Chomsky, and talk radio pioneer Larry King.
I hold a B.A. in History from Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island, and have studied at the Art Students League in New York, New York.
I have won multiple awards, including those from the London International Awards for advertising and the American Association of Political Consultants.