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Where do you want to be?


Don’t worry. There’s no right answer, but chances are if you’re here, you have big ideas for what’s next. Maybe you need a hand with bringing a project to life, or perhaps you just need a 1:1 to talk things through to find more clarity. I also work with teams, companies, and schools to bring ideas to life and provide a fresh perspective.

Here’s a shortlist of some of the things I can help you with. Mix and match as needed.

consulting  creative coaching  mentoring  teaching  facilitating  guiding / exploring  collaborating  speaking  freelancing  specific project help
figuring out next steps  determining priorities  getting unstuck  pivot-ing  brainstorming  revamp / redesign /reframe-ing  making sense of  finding inspiration  making it happen
graphic design  communication design  visual design  design thinking  UX design  design & user research  presentation design  design your life  creative entrepreneurship
research insights  content design  content strategy  storytelling  writing  blogging  social media  communication  cultural tourism  bridging ideas
Anne’s curiosity and openness to learning new things has definitely rubbed off on me, and are valuable qualities that have helped shape how I approach my work to this day. She made my Creative Residency experience so much more meaningful, and I know I can count on her to bring a unique perspective to everything.

She’s extra great at finding hidden gems and creatively connecting different ideas and concepts
— Christine Herrin, Everyday Explorers Co. + '06 Adobe Creative Resident

In the past I’ve:

+ Presented storytelling workshops for teams at Louis Vuitton and Hardware Club VC firm.

+ Extracted insights from global shopper research, and created a video script and presentation report for Moët Hennessy E-Retail team.

+ Created projects and 12 online courses in user experience design for OpenClassrooms.

+ Developed Paris workshops for Parsons Global Executive Masters in Strategic Design & Management and students.

+ Facilitated a “Scent Safari” day long workshop for IFF / ISIPCA Masters in Scent Design students.

+ Oriented workshop participants and students to Paris through my Navigate Paris workshop

+ Given Paris tours to design teams at Nike, IDEO, SignSalad, and Google researching unique inspiration around certain themes.

+ Served as location scout and production person for an Airbnb project at the home of a famous figure in the south of France.

+ Collaborated with Herb Lester to make a map of Paris Small Shops to celebrate independent businesses.

+ Concepted and art directed videos for Parsons Paris, and managed the brand across campuses.

+ Taught young people how to make a résumé that stands out to students at Parsons Paris, Simplon, and on Skillshare.

+ Guest lectured at MICA, American University of Paris, Parsons Paris, DePaul University, and University of Virginia.

+ Written 500+ posts for Design*Sponge, where I also interviewed David Lebovitz and an art director on MadMen.

+ Published articles in FastCo. Design, Dwell, EasyJet, Kinfolk, and Anthology magazines.

+ Scouted and wrote a design-focused city guide of Monaco for Kate Spade + Fathom.

+ Worked as an in-house designer and communications manager.

+ Mentored a creative resident during her year long Adobe Creative Residency.

+ Worked with an established illustrator to talk through her book launch and come up with new ideas.

+ Designed building and donor signage for Baltimore School for the Arts, and wayfinding for Smithsonian.

+ Launched a course on map making for Skillshare with over 3,000 students on every continent around the world.

+ Co-hosted a brown bag lunch on diversity, representation, and inclusion at OpenClassrooms.

+ Consulted creatives with big ideas. Including one who went on to be a founding member of Color Factory.

+ Worked with individuals looking to pivot their careers or take their biz to the next level.

+ Spoken at conferences.

+ Your project HERE.

So, where do you want to be?

Anne was tremendously helpful to me during our consultation. Her knowledge and expertise was valuable and gave me ideas and made concrete suggestions I’d yet to consider. She was engaged and enthusiastic and completely present for our talk. I can’t thank her enough for her follow up and “action steps”…they’ve really helped push me to the next step of my project.
— PAM T.