I’m a graphic designer, writer, and educator based in New York.
Currently, I’m a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Communication Design and the AAS Program Director at Parsons School of Design, and a board member at AIGA NY.
My research explores how design and identity overlap and highlights underreported voices in internet and design history. I’ve written stories ranging from the digitization of the Serbian Cyrillic alphabet during the Yugoslav Wars to the cultural history of heart-shaped glasses for publications including The New York Times, Eye on Design, WIRED, and others.
I also run Labud, a design studio specializing in strategy, branding, and web design for clients across fashion, art, and tech.
b. 1991, Belgrade, Serbia.