I'm a designer and video producer from Canada, currently working at the Seattle Art Museum, looking to make new friends and new experiences. Send me an email at steph.f [at] me.com.
Photo above by Natali Wiseman.


Seattle Art Museum, Sep 2014–Present
Campaign concepting, digital and print design work for exhibitions, including Kehinde Wiley, Yves Saint Laurent, Yayoi Kusama, Andrew Wyeth and more. Improving digital customer experiences; sole creator of SAM’s video content for web, broadcast, social and in-gallery. Updating brand guides and creating new documentation for Social Media and Digital Production. Creating custom email templates, both internally and for our third party vendors. Improving the accessibility of all of SAM's digital content through the implementation of alt tags, subtitling, and the inclusion of ARIA language
where possible.

Corus Entertainment, Apr 2012–Sep 2014
Digital design and content solutions for all of Corus’ stations in Eastern Canada. Producing compelling video content and artist interviews, as well as organizing and monitoring national live streams. Promoted from Content Coordinator within 8 months of hiring.

Vancouver Art Gallery, May 2007–Apr 2012
Membership deliverable design work, as well as rethinking, redesigning and coding all membership emails and from scratch in Blackbaud. Liaising with vendors and print reps to ensure deliverables arrive in mail and inboxes on time.

Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, BC
BFA, Visual Arts, 2007

British Columbia Institute of Technology Vancouver, BC
Senior Management Certificate, New Media Design, 2010

Ask me about digital design, print, video production, photography, image correction and editing, email, and web design.

I'm also a pro in Creative Cloud: Photoshop, InDesign, Premier, Lightroom, Experience Design, After Effects and Illustrator.

But wait there's more! Here's a mixed bag of other stuff I'm experienced in, too: HTML/CSS, JIRA, motion graphics, illustration, Agile, kanban, Asana, Mailchimp, Wordpress, Sharepoint, and coming up with terrible puns for email subject lines.

Me in another life

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