Black Lives Matter


Over the years, I have worked as a designer and creative strategist for many organizations fighting for abolition, a cause close to my heart. I designed social media graphics for Black Lives Matter, an advocacy organization founded in 2013 with the goal of building local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes by combating and countering acts of violence, creating space for Black imagination and innovation, and centering Black joy.

Reform LA Jails


I worked extensively with Reform LA Jails, a coalition of Angelenos, community leaders, businesses, and organizations fighting to permanently reduce the population of people cycling in and out of jail. I began working with them as the lead designer for their seminal campaign Yes on R, a landmark ballot measure increasing oversight of the notoriously violent LA County Sheriff’s Department, which passed in 2020. During the pandemic, I worked with them to develop a visual campaign to advocate for proper COVID-19 protocols and safety for incarcerated people in LA County Jails. Through them, I also supported and developed the branding and website for Cancel the Contract, a local campaign in Antelope Valley to cancel school districts’ contracts with the Sheriff’s Department. I also created the website for Reform LA Jails.

Yes on R

Reform LA Jails
Cancel the Contract

+ JusticeLA



Tianna Arata was a young activist from San Luis Obispo arrested for peaceful demonstration in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. Like many other cases across the country, the SLO County District Attorney police department attemped to use the arrest of Tianna as and tactic of intimidation against protestors by charging her with ludicrous and outlandish offenses. I designed the branding for a grassroots rapid-response campaign to demand that the district attorney drop the charges against Tianna and her peers. After a successful community-led campaign, complete with social media toolkits, posters, and even a mobile billboard, the California Attorney General's Office finally dismissed nearly all the charges against Tianna.