I'm a geek for
technology & design.

Hi. I’m Michelle. That’s me up there with the ponytail.

I started out in marketing with a slab of wood on two filing cabinets, and a fresh copy of Photoshop 2.0. From there, I taught myself nearly every Adobe product available, and transitioned into website design over two decades ago.

While I wouldn’t call myself a developer, I know enough code to play nice (and get what I want) with the tech team, but can speak non-geek when presenting to stakeholders and non-geeks.


years of creative direction


years of interaction design


years of UX strategy


years of interior design


Some friends
I’ve made
in the process.

“After working with Michelle on the Gold's Gym redesign, there was no question that I would call on her for help when I moved to AHA. We have tackled some huge projects together, and I can't say enough good things about her work and work ethic.”

Jacque Sebany

Content Strategy Director, American Heart Association

“From concept development, to design and buildout, Michelle always delivered. Working closely with the developers, she made sure every pixel was perfect. The Peterbilt project was a big win for our agency, and she was involved every step of the way.”

Wes Wright

Director of Interactive, Publicis hawkeye

“Everyone on the team likes working with Michelle, clients love her, and the quality of her work is top notch.”

Jason Ferrara

VP Interactive Media, Rockfish

Got a project? Let’s talk.


I am actively looking for new projects with teams who are as excited about unique ideas and user experiences as I am.