Years at O’Toole Design? 1
What drew you to O’Toole Design? After an extensive graphics career, I wanted to continue to expand my skills within the Branded Environments world. Through a mutual connection, I was connected to O’Toole, and found an additional market they could further tap in to. O’Toole gained their first ever graphic designer, and I found a new home full of creative possibilities.
What is your favorite project so far at O’Toole Design? Each one has been a new and fun experience, but designing the fitness graphics for the indoor tracks at the Jewish Community Centers of Kansas City and Omaha has been great!
What has been your most creatively challenging project so far at O’Toole Design? Not one in particular, but learning the lingo and ins and outs of the interior design and architecture world has been challenging in a fulfilling way.
What things do you like most about working at O’Toole Design? The variety of projects, the creative collaboration and the people!
If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? Travel writer
What inspires you? People and places of other cultures. The world is a big beautiful place with incredibly unique designs.
Where is your favorite place in the world? Anywhere that requires my passport, but watching the Northern Lights in Iceland is at the top.
Any additional comments for our 25th? Thankful to be part of a creative organization with such a talented group of women. Congrats on 25 years!