is a freelance designer. Splitting her time between illustrative and graphic design projects, her specialization is visualization, whether in the form of
an evocative & textural illustration,
an engaging graphic layout,
well-researched educational diagram.
She holds a BDes from the Ontario College of Art and Design, and her work has been recognized by organizations such as Applied Arts and American Illustration. She is also certified by the Association of Registered Graphic Designers.
She lives in Toronto, Canada, working with clients both local and international, & tries to return to her hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia as often as she can.
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Meredith particularly enjoys working with editorial art directors and academics / researchers whose content needs creative visualization. Quotes for projects can be provided, or services which can be offered for a pre-existing budget can be discussed.
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- Editorial clients include: Reader's Digest Canada, United Way Greater Toronto, Literary Review of Canada, Bitch Magazine, Maisonneuve, the Boston Globe, NUVO Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, Creative Artists Agency.
- Exhibit & environmental projects include: natural history museums, visitor centres, travelling / temporary exhibits, and outdoor interpretation / placemaking.
- Maps & diagrams: I’ve collaborated with a variety of academics and researchers, creating specialized visuals for publication using GIS data and archival references.