The Work Stuff

With close to 20 years experience in the design world, I've pretty much done it all -- logos, websites, stationery, banners, signage, you name it. I graduated from Boston College (English and Sociology) and then Massachusetts College of Art (Graphic Design) and got a gig as the in-house designer at a big old law firm in downtown Boston. The six years I spent there were invaluable: I lived the corporate culture (so I get it!) and was able to see projects from inception to the final product -- soup to nuts. While there, I started Jenny Mac Design to fulfill side jobs ("hey! I'm getting married, will you please design my invitation?!?!") and Hello Little One, where I designed and filled orders for birth announcements, holiday cards, invitations... basically anything on paper. In 2007, I partnered with Tiny Prints, and eventually with Shutterfly in 2011. I'm still lucky enough to be working with them and design stationery for the best card retailers online. In the meantime, I work with clients who most of the time, become my friends :)

Partial list of clients include: Purdue University, Flybridge Capital Partners, Porter Novelli, Rose Capital Advisors, Mintz Levin, ABS Capital, and Lindenmeyr Munroe
My stationery designs have been sold at Shutterfly, Tiny Prints, Wedding Paper Divas, Costco, Walgreens and Target

My work has been featured in People Magazine, Modern Bride, Real Simple and Pregnancy & Newborn


The Fun Stuff

Here's some stuff about me, that hey, we may have in common! I love Cape Cod and pretty much every beach I've been to. I met my husband sky diving and we named our first son after Leonardo da Vinci (but DiCaprio could fit the bill as well). Bartending my way through college was one of the most fun things I've ever done. If I could meet one living person it would Eddie Vedder. If I could meet one dead person it would be my grandfather. My podcasts are mostly about true crime. I broke both my arms -- at the same time -- by falling off of a swing. I've learned first hand that the best drink after finishing a marathon is a beer.

Photo above taken on Cape Cod by the Abbi to my Illana, Gena Falzon

My Cape Cod beach cruiser named "Daisy" by my 7 year old