Ever since watching James and the Giant Peach at the impressionable age of eight, Mallory knew she would one day call New York City home.
Ever the determined dreamer, this New York City transplant always tries looking at things in a different way and consistently pushes a concept to make it more interesting and creative.
Her passion for innovation has helped her create persuasive graphics for a variety of high-profile cases, including Chevron’s claims against Steven Donziger, the NJDEP’s case against ExxonMobil, a case involving anti-trust claims levied against the United States Parcel Service, and several smartphone litigation matters. Most recently, Mallory led the visual communication efforts on two widely-publicized fraud cases: Nussberg v. Tatintsian (involving claims related to Soviet Suprematism works by the late Russian avant-garde master Kazimir Malevich), and Ferguson v. JONAH (in which JONAH fraudulently claimed their services could “convert” people from gay to straight).
In her free time, Mallory enjoys environmental portrait photography and playing roller derby. Currently, she’s striving to find the best brunch spots in Brooklyn and land the perfect apex jump.
Sam Houston University (B.A.A.S. – Graphic Design and Photography)