About The Artist
As a museum designer, I must process large quantities of information in order to synthesize insights that inform tangible design solutions. In my free time, I use this same skill to notice interesting patterns that I can reshape and combine into unexpected layers. When I have the time, I make silkscreened prints, playing with color combinations and vibrancy. I sell my work as digital reproductions, usable objects and limited editions.
Brianna is a museum designer and decorative artist who designs story-inspired patterns. She has directed over 100 design projects and collaborated with IDEO, the National Park Service, and numerous museums. Brianna spent her childhood in Pasadena, where she painted murals on her bedroom walls, practiced cello, and made dioramas.
Digital Art, Prints and Printmaking, Clothing
Otis/Parsons School of Design Pre-college Intensive
University of California at Davis Environmental Design + Art History, Bachelor of Science
Art Center College of Design At Night
John F. Kennedy University Museum Studies, Master of Arts