Antiracism is the path forward.

The culture we envision welcomes everyone, recognizes all voices, and shares its equity. It honors beauty. And it celebrates respect.

Everyone’s path for this journey will be their own. Along the way, we will find moments together where we can offer a kind or helpful thought, lighten a burden, or simply recognize the hard work being done by others who strive each day to truly make things better.

Our own journey is underway. We are looking inward together, to make sure our studio is a place of earnest and thoughtful inclusion. And we are working with partners and industry leaders across the country to shape an antiracist future.

Design For Everyone

As a human-centered studio, we believe in and support antiracism.

Our practice is about humanity—all of it. We design solutions that are intentional in their approach to antiracism, so that the full potential of diversity, equity, and inclusion can be realized.  We work actively with our clients and partners to support all underrepresented communities and create welcoming brand experiences that champion their success.


We are grateful for the opportunity to learn from inspirational colleagues, and to add our voice to lasting programs.

4As Foundation: Cochair of the Board of Directors for this national nonprofit organization dedicated to creating awareness, advancing education, and informing career skills for underrepresented people across the creative industries.
4As New England Council: Chair of the Council, which is focused on attracting people of color to the industry and building environments for their success. The Council is building Boston’s first advertising and design charter high school for students of color.
4As Equity & Inclusion Congress: Participating in the inaugural Congress, which authored the first industry-wide manifesto providing specific, actionable, and measurable guidance for agencies.
High School for Innovation in Advertising and Media (IAM): Involved in the planning and launch (in 2008) of this Brooklyn high school that transforms students into competitive candidates in advertising and media.
Graphis Protest Posters 2: Invited to submit work to this collection that highlights the need for action across a range of important issues.