Leah has a deep understanding for design and how it impacts us through technology and our day-to-day lives. She studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art where she used design as a form of problem solving. What drives her creative decisions is always the context it starts in.
She has worked for clients such as Basic Books, The Baltimore Historical Society, Bloomberg, Conde Nast, Diptyque, Johns Hopkins University, The New York Times, Next American City, Rutgers University, Sappi, and Vogue. Her work has been featured in Core 77, Print Mag, Printed Matter, PS1, Yale University, and the book Designing For Social Change.
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