Senior Graphic Designer
Patricia is passionate about creating and maintaining beautiful brands, tight typography, and great user experiences. Her career has included many diverse clients, but is always rooted in making a positive change in the world through design. Patricia’s education at OCAD University culminated in a thesis that explored the way that political graphics are understood by the general public. Since then, she has worked with small organizations as a freelancer, as well as leading non-profit and cause-based organizations.
Working both client-side and agency side while based in Toronto, she started her career on the communications team at The Homeless Hub. The Homeless Hub works with academics, non-profits (such as United Way, Orange Door, Covenant House, Raising the Roof and more), and government partners to make a real difference in the lives of Canada’s most vulnerable.
Patricia has a vast range of agency experience including designing for national digital and print campaigns, annual reports and web design for clients such as The City of Toronto, Toronto Public Library, OPSEU, OECTA, and The Creative Destruction Lab.