Ideas

Identity Design Process for Nantucket Music School

I thought it might be helpful to get a sneak peak into how I work, and my design process. This project was for 56 Center in Nantucket. It was a 1800s mansion bought by the philanthropic nonprofit ReMain, spearheaded by Wendy Schmidt

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Literally Obsessed with the Zachim

I literally am in love with the Zachim bridge and routinely photograph it #whiledriving. It just appeals to every layer of design that adore: simplicity, structure, grid. And plus, it’s damn cool for our city of Boston.

Mentor and leader

Laura is a great mentor to her students and pushes them to produce professional level work because she understands current trends in the profession.
Andrea Brenner — NEIA colleague

Genesis of a Graphic Design Studio

Hah! It took years for me to be able to say, “I work out of the garage”

Over the years I have worked at some pretty classy addresses, including Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue, and across from the World Trade Center.

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Urban Texture

I have always been drawn to texture and layers in the urban environment. I am especially in love with what happens when time has taken its toll.

The Domino’s Pizza Girl

I got my start in advertising, but on the OTHER side of the camera as a tv actor and child model. HAHA not a lot exists digitally on YouTube, mainly on Betamax and VHS tapes that are dusty in the attic.

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Teaching Package Design and Advertising Design this Semester

Teaching Package Design and Advertising Design this Semester
Although my career path began as a graphic designer in the corporate and NY agency world, I have been fortunate to integrate teaching at the college level the last 9 years along with having Agency Bel. As a part-time faculty member at the New England Institute of Art, in Brookline I have taught diverse graphic design-related courses (42+) and interacted with an average of over 700 students of unique backgrounds over that period.

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