Gina started her art training early in life when her mother taught her to draw before she could barely hold a pencil. Since then she’s continued to love all things related to art and design.
Her formal education includes photography and design studies at the University of Massachusetts, with multiple Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Photography, Electronic Imaging, and Illustration. She also achieved magna cum laude in Photography and Electronic Imaging (which made her mother very proud).
Gina considers herself a life-long learner and recently completed a master’s degree in Human and Computer Interaction at Iowa State University’s School of Engineering.
In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, yoga, and spending time sitting on her patio drinking craft beer with friends and family.
UX Camp Fall 2019
UX: Curating a Career for the Chronically Curious
Have you ever felt like you didn’t have a true calling or that you had so many different creative pursuits in life that you couldn’t decide on one singular path? The blend of unlimited learning opportunities, creativity, problem-solving, and cross-functional collaboration makes User Experience the closest imaginable choice to having a dozen jobs at once.
Discover how continual learning can help further develop your curiosity leading you to become a multi-faceted designer and expanding your ability to adapt in this ever-growing field. The broader your knowledge, the more diverse your experience, helping you to join together unrelated ideas to create entirely new approaches to solving problems.