The move to Boston brought with it a huge career change. I suppose the change had been in the works for a while - I had resigned from my hospital pharmacy position in the summer of 1999 in order to travel to Guatemala. A month after returning the US, Dharmesh and I moved to Boston, and I've never looked back. Deciphering physician orders and counting pills was far behind me. Much to my heart's delight, I had the opportunity to pursue something creative. I began taking graphic design courses at the Museum of Fine Arts School and completed a certificate program within in the following year.

I currently work as a freelance graphic designer. I do various small projects for Hubspot, but mainly volunteer my time doing design work for non-profits.

Institute of Defense and Disarmament - a nonprofit center focused on research of global military policies, arms holdings, production and trade, arms control and peace-building efforts. (design work included - creating the 25th Anniversary logo, the 25th Anniversary program cover, T-shirt design, ArmsWatch publication cover and the current IDDS website banner).

- Massachusetts Intitute of Technology Sloan Fellows Program - designed 2005 Yearbook
- Brookline Artists' Open Studios - a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the work of artists in Brookline and educating the public about the artistic process.-creation of the annual art brochure, 2004 and 2005.
- New England Insitute of Art - Designed promotional postcards for 2003 exhibit "5 on the Plaza" and 2004 "First Light", a Brookline neighborhood festival of arts.
- Stone Summit, a non-profit health education institution focused on contracture management - designed company logo, created business cards and guided web design and implemenation