With a background in brand design, Mitsi’s approach begins by distilling a project’s complexities into a concept that informs the visual solution no matter the medium. In a physical context, her point of view references the simplicity and natural forms inspired by Japanese Zen Buddhist Philosophies, encouraging a thoughtful connection between space, function and people. Beyond these conceptual drivers, her love of typography is demonstrated through each project she oversees and is carefully curated across all brand touchpoints.
Mitsi began her studies in Psychology, but quickly realized her passion for graphic design. She earned a Graphic Design degree from George Washington’s Corcoran School of Art and Design where she focused on typography and layout design. Previous to Spaeth Hill, Mitsi focused on brand strategy and interactive design for a variety of local and national organizations.