Abby is an artist currently practicing on Ohlone Land in the city of Berkeley, CA. They grew up in the Bay Area, went to UC Berkeley to study City & Regional Planning/Urban Design and have been helping folks translate their ideas and dreams into compelling visuals and visual language ever since.
Abby strives to make work that is hand-made, multi-media and multi-disciplinary, rooted in deep study and in service of social justice movements. They are always in the practice of learning and improving their ability to synthesize, visualize and articulate complex content through compelling visuals and visual narratives. They are a creative and a student at heart, and bring curiosity, silliness and dedication to an anti-oppressive practice to all of their work.
I work with folks to make complicated stuff more visual (and approachable)
Illustrations for books, for the internet, for websites
Visual Notes for conferences, classes, meetings of all kinds
Animated videos (educational, explanatory)
I am currently accepting inquiries for graphic recording, illustration, animation, trainings and creative consulting for 2023.
Every project is truly unique and I take great care to advise my clients in the direction of making content that can be utilized for a long time (5-10 years.) This often requires a bit of conversation and brainstorming about the best medium of visual(s) to make and how to make the most of the resources you have available.
If you're interested in working on something together, send me an email with as much info as you have about your project (timeline, budget, other logistics) and we can go from there.
Image Description: Logos in a hand-drawn font including those of: Artivist Entertainment, UCSF, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Walmart Foundation, GAP, Stanford, Berkeley, Haas, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, UC Davis, Google, Fiserv. Egon Zehnder, MIT, eBay, ThredUp, Rosetta, Facebook, Ericsson, vmware, Wendel Rosen, SanDisk, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, SFGH Theraputic Food Pantry, Salesforce, Breakfast in the Classroom, LiveRamp.