Eureka is a full-time Communications Design student at Pratt Institute in New York City with a focus in Graphic Design. Through her international and diverse experiences, she learned to think from various cultural perspectives and empathize with many different demographics. She is working to develop an impactful and expressive design aesthetic, concentrating on intentional color, meaningful compositions, and strong content. Beyond her concentration in design, Eureka enjoys incorporating illustration into her digital work.
For her Central Park Map Design, she illustrated the top-visited NYC attractions. Her design effectively introduces visitors to sight-seeing options, while presenting NYC's artistic side. Currently, Eureka is designing an app advocating for stray cats. She hopes the app will make an impactful change to how people treat strays in their communities.
Munson Williams Art Institute Freshmen Show, 2018, Munson Williams Art Institute Sophomore Show, 2019, Pratt Merit Scholarship, PrattMWP Sophomore Show, 2019, President list for 2017-2019 semester, Top 40 (of thousands), No-Boundaries International Youth Art Exhibition, 2017, Utica Public Library Show, 2019