Drawing on an appreciation for typography, information design and color theory, Leslie joined Weber Thompson with a wealth of experience designing visual identities and marketing assets for non-profit organizations, businesses and artists. Since early 2014 she has brought this experience to bear on many of the projects in the office, from assisting with architectural plans and graphics for low-rise residential development projects, to assembling graphic packages for high-rises such as 9th & Lenora.
Leslie is Weber Thompson's innovator and guardian of graphic standards, collaborating daily with architects, interior designers and landscape architects to maintain the firm's high quality graphics and books, yet with an eye towards keeping the Weber Thompson brand fresh and pertinent.
In 2012, Leslie interned at AIA Seattle where she created the collateral for educational forums, programs and membership campaigns. She has also developed designs for Washington businesses and non-profit organizations such as Tom Douglas Restaurants and Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest. Leslie is an active member of AIGA and spends her hours outside Weber Thompson participating in design events, making art, exploring historic sites and hiking along the Washington coast.
User-Centered Design Certificate
University of Washington
Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design & Illustration
Seattle Central Community College
Bachelor of Arts in Photography, Cultural Studies, History
The Evergreen State College