Penelope is an award-winning graphic designer who has created successful branding, identity and publication design solutions for more than 25 years. Also an educator, she taught Graphic Design and Print Production at the University of the Arts, her alma mater.
Penelope is an internationally-consulted expert on print production, having designed, for James River Paper, the program used to test the printability of uncoated paper before it is released to market. Early in her career, she worked for both the Philadelphia Office of Housing & Community Development, and for community-activist architect Gray Smith. These experiences underscored the importance of graphic design in communication and advocacy, while instilling in her a commitment to not-for-profit organizations. Designing for architecture firms and other professionals in the built-environment industry continues to be one of the firm’s specialities.
Passionate about horticulture, landscape design and beekeeping, Penelope is actively involved with the Barnes Foundation Arboretum and Eastern Apicultural Society.