January 1999 – present: Lippincott Book Design, New York, NY
Principal and Creative Director
Lippincott Book Design provides art direction, design, and packaging of highly illustrated books, including works on fine art, architecture, landscape, and design. Partnership with the publisher Design Books offers the option of national distribution to stores and online retailers.

July 2019—December 2022: Library of American Landscape History, Amherst, MA
Design and production of books, annual magazine, catalogs, brochures, postcards and invitations, and online newsletter
Management of sales, marketing, publicity, and distribution of books and annual magazine
Design and management of website
Board relations, including two board meetings per year and related events, and new board member cultivation
Donor cultivation, including travel to give lectures and meet with potential donors, authors, and other friends of the organization; attending conferences, author presentations, and other related outreach events

October 1994–May 2019: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, NY
11/96–5/19: Design Manager
Design and layout of interiors and jackets
Photo editing and layout of inserts and books with art throughout
Design of reader’s editions, catalogues, journal ads, and postcards
Managing freelance designers and illustrators

10/95–11/96: Assistant Production Manager
Design of new titles, reprints and offsets
Trafficking titles from ms to bound book
Creating estimates and schedules

10/94–10/95: Production Assistant
Managing backlist

September 1993–October 1994: Voyager, New York, NY
Design, layout and editorial content of cd-roms and Electronic Books
2006–2009:   Norton Professional Books, Architecture & Design, New York, NY 
Art direction, design and layout of jackets and interiors

2001–2019:  Library of American Landscape History (LALH), Amherst, MA
Art direction, design and layout of jackets and interiors.


Arthur Ross Award for History and Publishing (with LALH)
AIGA 50 Books / 50 Covers
New York Book Show

Summer 1993:  Radcliffe Publishing Course, Cambridge, MA
1985–1989:       Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
                          BA in Studio Art and Art History
1981–1985:       Hopkins School, New Haven, CT