When Nina was four years old she drew the prettiest horse she had ever drawn. Shortly thereafter, she realized it was hideous. Thus began her life as a designer and illustrator.
Nina loves typography taking big blocks of text and turning them into a clear, digestible story. In designing, she thinks critically about the intent and message of the project before setting forth to create a telling and impactful solution. To her, a form without function is a poor design. She will always back her ideas with complex, thorough research, with the intent to speak clearly to audiences. She also references the principals of universal design to output solutions that are legible, approachable, and accessible.
When she’s not designing, Nina is planning out the next recipe to cook and/or burn. She would also like to own a large dog but is willing to settle for dozens of houseplants until then.