I’m a digital & analog content creative in San Francisco, CA. I help people connect with other people by making things that stir up a meaningful ruckus.
“I’VE AMASSED A SUBSTANTIAL COLLECTION OF “INSPIRED WEAPONRY” OVER THE YEARS.” Kirstie has been drawing since she developed the motor skills to hold a crayon in her hand, and ever since then has been stoking up the fire in every possible creative avenue that she comes across. Raised by street, skate and punk cultures, she developed her style throughout her early years avidly drawing, painting, screen printing and stencil making, and became known as the go-to girl if you wanted some custom artwork or to trick out your clothes. Today, her passions lie in illustration, design, animation and motion graphics, but the grit and tenacity of DIY culture is still alive and well in her bones. Her existing skills have sharpened, the armory has expanded with new tools, and her artistic passion has been fine tuned for creative storytelling, problem solving, and compelling content creation.
Kirstie’s work has been showcased in group shows which include RAW: Incite, The Chocolate and Art Show SF, and AAU Spring and Winter shows. As a freelance designer, she’s worked on a variety of projects ranging from local musicians and small businesses to bigger accounts such as Red Bull; all of which has contributed greatly to her love of art and design, and to her insatiable hunger to learn and grow. She’s worked as an in-house designer for fast fashion e-commerce start-up, Dolls Kill, and is currently part of the in-house content team at digital agency Bukwild.
On off days you can catch her making little patches and pins, painting awkward still lifes, or out and about on some random mini adventure with her four-legged bestie named Oliver, her fianceé George, and their “pretty chill” son Theo.