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About the Artist

My interest in art for the earlier part of my life was more of a hobby and appreciation than a livelihood. I began designing when I was engaged to be married in 2004. Unable to find any invitations that truly spoke to me, I took on the challenge of making my own. I discovered how much I truly enjoyed making something that was built around me, and that I had so many more possibilities. I am a firm believer that design is made for the recipient, and is never generic. It should be made custom to each individual and serves a specific purpose, whether it is in print, on the web, or everyday objects. Design is personal, intimate, and expressive. I have a sincere love for Jazz and the mood that is carried with it. I gravitate towards shapes and lines from the art deco and art nouveau periods. The forms that accompanied that era are strong yet elegant, and timeless while being lively and mysterious. Their influence in my designs are recognizable, but with a clean, modern finish and a streamlined approach. The overabundance of technology makes it easier to include distractions and unnecessary information that can often confuse or mislead a reader. There is a tendency to crowd a design with information and complexity. As a result, a message can often get lost in everyday design. I strive to create simple, straightforward designs with fresh, appealing palettes that are approachable and meaningful to each recipient.


860.329.1020 • • 175 Hockanum Rd., Hadley, MA 01035-9776

Education: 2007-2009 Tunxis Community College Associates in Graphic Design Program 4.0 GPA, Deans List for Academic Excellence Phi Theta Kappa nomination 4 pieces selected for Barnes Gallery Student Exhibition

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$10 Subway Tickets (not ridden) $20 Ice Skating in Rockefeller Center (not taken) $25 Photo With Celebrities (not taken) $35 Carriage Ride in Central Park (not ridden) $50 Shopping at Tiffany’s (Not Purchased) $75 Limo Sightseeing Tour (not taken) $100 Dinner in Manhattan (not eaten) $200Broadway Musicals (not seen) $500 the WOrks! Total Amount Enclosed Name Address City, State, Zip Please make all checks payable to TREATI, Inc. Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Thank you for your generous donation!

Left: Three-piece mailing for Trauma Research, Education, and Training Institute (TREATI) of the Traumatic Stress Institute (TSI) of Klingberg Family Centers. Mailing produced to raise funds using a “nonevent,” 2008. Clockwise: Front design, RSVP card, back design.

3 Color Logo for LEED International, organization to help educate Africans and promote literacy, Coursework for TXCC Design Program, 2008. Thank you cards for Klingberg Family Centers, Inc. Employee Recognition program, 2009. Holiday Card for Klingberg Family Centers Employee Bonus, conveying green design initiative, 2008. Printed on recycled stock using biodegradable inks, trifold design to hold giftcards and cut down on waste.


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• Information regarding Victims Rights • Aid in filing compensation forms • Trauma Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF- CBT) • Individual therapy • Family therapy • Group therapy • Crisis Counseling • Safety planning • Criminal justice support and advocacy • Advocacy • Child supervision concurrently during therapy sessions (when available)

• Transportation (when possible) • In-Home Parent Support/ Counseling • Bilingual (Spanish) services when available

New Britain Satellite Office 370 Linwood Street New Britain, CT 06452 ROUTE I-84 WEST FROM HARTFORD OR EAST FROM WATERBURY • Leave I-84 at Exit 35 (Route 72 East--New Britain)--This is a left hand exit • Take first exit (Exit 7, Corbin Avenue) • Turn right onto Corbin Ave., proceed to the fourth traffic light • At the light, take a left onto Shuttle Meadow Avenue • Take the right at second stop sign onto Linwood Street • Klingberg Family Centers is at the top of the hill ROUTE I-91 NORTH FROM NEW HAVEN OR SOUTH FROM HARTFORD • Leave Route 91 at Exit 22N (New Britain)--Follow Route 9N • Leave Route 9N at Exit 24 (Routes 71 and 372 Kensington)--This is a left hand exit • Follow 372 to the first set of lights • Turn right onto Route 71A (High Road/Kensington Avenue) • Take the second left, Cambridge Street • At the end of Cambridge Street, take a left onto Linwood Street • Klingberg Family Centers is at the top of the hill •

Hartford Main Campus: 120 Holcomb Street Hartford, Connecticut 06112 via I-91 North · Exit 35B — keep left on exit · Turn left onto Cottage Grove Road (RT 218) · follow to intersection of Blue Hills Avenue (RT187) · Turn left onto Blue Hills Avenue · Follow to 4th light (Holcomb Street) · Turn left onto Holcomb St · Main gate is 2nd driveway on the left via I-84 East · To I-91 North and Follow directions above via I-91 South · Exit 35B — turn right on exit · Turn right onto Cottage Grove Road (Rt. 218) · follow to intersection of Blue Hills Ave (Rt. 187) · Turn left onto Blue Hills Avenue · follow to 4th light (Holcomb Street) · Main gate is 2nd driveway on the left via I-84 West (From East of Vernon) · Exit right onto 291. · Follow to Rt. 218 · At light turn left onto Cottage Grove Road (Rt. 218) · Follow to intersection of Blue Hills Avenue (Rt. 187) · Turn left onto Blue Hills Avenue · Follow to 4th light (Holcomb Street) · Main gate is 2nd driveway on the left. PARKING · At the main gate follow driveway around to the right past garage · Park in lot past loading dock · Follow signs to Klingberg Family Centers

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Child Abuse Treatment Services Hartford • New Britain CATS is a project funded in part by: The Office of Victim Services, Superior Court Operations Division, State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Victims of Crime Act and Victim Assistance Act Grant Program.

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