Associate | Visual Design
Emily joined Hacin in 2014 to develop our branding, visual design, and media team. Her multidisciplinary background includes visual design, photography, and past experience in architectural design. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction studying Environmental Design and Architecture at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has worked as a designer at Seitz Architects in Boston, and also spent three years working with noted artist and photographer, Alex S. MacLean. There, she assisted in post-production and curating images for celebrated international exhibitions like the Venice Biennale and Paris Photo, as well as various books and publications, from The Boston Globe and NPR, to Fast Company and The New York Times. Emily is currently the Visual Identity designer at Hacin where her work includes the brands of the South End’s newest brasserie, Black Lamb, Glass House Restaurant, and Four51 Marlborough. She is also the co-creative director of our award-winning H+ Magazine. She is a published photographer, a Graphis Award recipient, and has been a guest critic at MassArt and the BAC. In her free time she enjoys travel, visiting historic homes and museums, running, and is an avid fan of documentaries and independent films.