A seasoned traveler drawn to New York City, Katie loves being an artist at the intersection of visual and digital media. Her enthusiasm extends to all forms of artistic execution: from illustrations and vector art, to photography and videos, to video games and animation.
Originally from Baton Rouge, Katie graduated magna cum laude from Louisiana State University with a B.F.A. in Digital Art. An exemplary student, she minored not only in Art History but also in Animation through the school’s groundbreaking Arts, Visualization, Advanced Technologies & Research (AVATAR) Initiative.
Prior to joining Impact, Katie showcased her typography and vector-illustration skills as a graphic designer for a home-decor company; her products continue to be sold in major retail outlets.
At Impact, Katie has worked on several major cases involving clients in the oil & gas and the pharmaceuticals industries. She was the lead designer on Omega v. 375 Canal, where the jury awarded Omega $1.1 million in damages for counterfeit goods sold on Canal Street. She also contributed to Harvard v. Students for Fair Admissions where Judge Allison Burroughs ruled that Harvard does not intentionally discriminate. Lastly, Katie has proudly led a pro bono matter for Flores v. Town of Islip, where the settlement will create a majority Latino voting district.
In her free time, Katie creates webcomics about her life, takes care of her plants, and enjoys a steady flow of iced coffee.
Louisiana State University (B.F.A. – Digital Art)