Bridgette Haley is a designer, an adventurer, a forager, a pie baker, a constant student, a merry old soul, a candle maker, a giant goofball, and above all else- an artist.
She is a creative problem solver with an eye for both the technical and the beautiful. She loves finding solutions to tasks that have presented particular challenges to others— whether that involves researching existing institutional solutions or discovering new ones on her own. She is proficient with all programs within the Adobe Design Suite, including automation and scripts to streamline workflows.
Bridgette graduated from Parsons in 2013, where she majored in illustration. Her studies ranged from intense studio art classes such as figure drawing, narrative design, and printmaking, to in-depth digital design classes using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Bridgette likes to work in mediums that feel appropriate to the piece being created. Her personal work includes digital media, oil paintings, etchings, wood prints, ink drawings, screen prints, charcoal, pencil, paper cutting, crayons, finger paints, and mud pies.