Film & Television

Graphic design for the screen: digitally and handmade pieces created to drive story and create worlds.



Pen & ink illustrations, graphite portraits, digital art,
and more


Commercial Design

Visual communication for small businesses, corporations, and independent projects.


The Other Stuff

views that were already beautiful;

I was there with a camera

the only kind of art I thought
was legitimate as a kid

just for fun — like accidentally

working until 4 AM kind of fun



Hi there, I'm Leah. After spending five years in the commercial design world, I discovered Graphic Design for Film & TV, and as the saying goes, it was love at first sight. To have an outlet to combine graphic design, making things with my hands, historical research, textual analysis of screenplays, and variety is absolutely magical to me and I'm truly happy to be on this new path. I am so inspired by the character that pieces of everyday design can have, and aspire to capture that in my own work. I'm especially drawn to the craftsmanship of 19th and 20th-century design. Outside of the design world, I'm the proud mom of a rescued 110 lb. lap dog and run Axels for Alzheimer's, a charity figure skating show.



(Infrequently Asked Questions)

What was your first foray into design?

As an 8-year-old, being taught by my portrait photographer dad how to draw boogers on people in Photoshop.

What early sign cemented your future creative career?

When we got diorama projects in school, everyone else would groan while I had to actively contain my excitement (there were very few cool points I had to hang onto).

How did you discover the coolest niche job in the world?

By listening to the 99% Invisible "Hero Props" episode with Annie Atkins. I honestly teared up a little as she explained her design process (on my favorite movie of all time) and instantly knew that no more perfect job would ever exist for me.

Who from your childhood has come back to inspire your development as an adult?

As a teen, I loved watching Mythbusters and was especially a fan of Adam Savage's craftsmanship and humor. During stay-at-home, I rediscovered him through his YouTube channel and have really been inspired by him as a maker.

What do you love most about design?

Its ability to work even if no one pays attention to it⁠; it’s quietly powerful. Maybe I actually identify with that.

What have been your most traumatizing design moments?

Being told by a former boss that "white space is wasted space," getting non-ironic emails in Comic Sans, and learning to code.

Does it bother you that most film and TV graphics go unnoticed?

I actually really love there's just a tiny, super-niche group of design nerds who see and appreciate them.

What tenant has gotten you farthest in your career?

If you don't know how to do something, Google itand if that doesn't work, Google it differently.

What combination of women do you aspire to be?

My tiny but no-BS high school ceramics teacher who saw artfulness in everyone and everything, a late coworker who interacted with people in the most special way, and (obviously) Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Who is your favorite artistic partnership of all time?

Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake

May I have your dog's business card?

Of course! No one ever expects him to have business cards, so thank you for intuiting his professionalism.



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