Alex has loved making art for as long as she can remember, but when she took her first graphic design class in high school, she knew that was the direction her career would take. She gained experience in college working as the graphic designer for her school’s rec center, and also taught art classes for local elementary and high school students.
Alex joined Perkins Eastman in 2013, choosing to apply her graphic design skills to the architecture field because she wanted to work among creatives who are invested in all forms of design. After several years producing print and digital collateral for the firm’s marketing teams, in 2021 she joined Frank Design, a specialty studio within Perkins Eastman that focuses on experiential graphic design. Her current role allows her to take graphics straight into the physical space with large-scale murals, signage, and wayfinding that becomes part of a project’s architecture and landscape. Detail oriented and passionate about making personal connections through her work, Alex collaborates most frequently with the firm’s K-12, Workplace, and Healthcare practice areas. She particularly enjoys creating large-scale graphics for schools, where her work can both educate and inspire young students.
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After gaining so much experience at Perkins Eastman, Alex has started to give back by mentoring emerging professionals in graphic design. She also gets the opportunity to work on brand and logo development, as well as partner with the firm’s sustainability and technology teams to create graphics for digital dashboards, mobile applications, and more.