Emily is the Senior Designer at The New Yorker. She has a BFA in Graphic Design from LSU and a MFA in Design from SVA in New York City.

Her clients include: Atlas Entertainment, GAP, James Blake, The Ringer, The Smithsonian, Soho House, Statefarm, WeWork and many more.


Bethal Bodega

Since March 1, 2020 there was a State act put into motion that prohibits the stores that collect New York State sales tax from packing items “to-go” in a single-use plastic bag. This has made a lot of stores move to paper bags. Customizing paper bags can be expensive, that is why I designed a stamp to use on the paper bags at my local bodega. These stamps were designed to look like the precious store front and for Mr. Kim to use on his paper bags. Entire story detailed in the video below.

You can check out the stamp in use and buy the freshest flowers and the best jasmine tea at 79 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014. Tell Kim hi!

client: Bethal Gourmet Foods
date : fall 2020
catatory : illustration, printmakinig

watch ︎ here