Brittany has impressive multitasking skills. We are often asked if she’s cloned herself to be so efficient and effective. The best part is that she does, in fact, have an identical twin. Of course, there is only one Brittany and she brings her credentials and unwavering team-player attitude to a variety of matters for Impact.
With a degree in medical illustration, Brittany has a never-ending fascination with the functional and technical aspects of art. Before joining Impact, she was an Information Designer at VisualEx where she contributed her unique brand of illustrations to some of their most notable matters.
In her role at Impact, Brittany has led a number of projects including a multi-billion dollar adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court and a pro bono matter on behalf of Spanish-speaking restaurant attendants of an upscale Manhattan restaurant who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of their manager. Brittany was also a key contributor for the prevailing party at a number of district court trial and ITC hearings involving the trade dress and functionality of the world’s leading smartphones.
When she is not reconstructing the human anatomy for use in a litigation graphic for the Impact team, you can find Brittany on one of many Boston public soccer fields where she will be scraping her knees and scoring goals for her intramural team.
Rochester Institute of Technology (B.F.A. – Medical Illustration)