February 2015

Art Talk Tuesday presenter at the Malden Public Library.


December 2014

District Administration, Education thought leaders forecast 2015 trends

Honored to be included in this education trend forecast for 2015.



October 2014


Thanks to the North Shore Science Supervisors Association of Massachusetts for inviting me to participate in their end of the year discussion groups.


September 2014


VISUAL IDENTITY STUDIO has a new site and is ready for your new projects. Contact Meghan at meghan@visualidentitystudio.com.


June 2014

Our family has grown, my new addition arrived this month. Visual Identity Studio will be quiet this summer working only with current clients. We will be accepting new projects again in the fall.


May 2014


Artful STEM: Transforming Curriculum and Instruction at Lesley University

I presented two workshops at Lesley University, one titled "Artful STEM: Bridge Design" and a second "Geometry through the Lens of Art" which I co-led with Minda Reidy.


April 2014

Ed Tech Magazine

Quoted in this article for an interview that I did with Ed Tech Magazine about growing suport for STEAM education locally and nationally.




It's Tax Time

The Michael F. Reilly, CPA site has been updated with their latest newsletter and tax tips.



March 2014

Interview with Making Stuff Outreach Community of NOVA Education, PBS

You can click on the image or the link here: http://youtu.be/aeJDs8f6Pgw


February 2014


Quoted in US News and World Report!



January 2014


District Administration Magazine

The piece that I was asked to write for the Professional Opinion section of District Administration Magazine was published today. District Administration is a publication for K-12 education administrators, the current circulation is 70,000+.

STEAM: Adding Art to STEM Education


My 1st Research Journal Article!

K-12 Students See STEAM Everyday

Today’s students exist in a visual world. A new semiotic language has emerged in the digital age. It consists of an ever-evolving vocabulary of signs and symbols that one can rapidly decipher. Icons represent applications and functions on a plethora of modern devices. Sounds indicate changes and the start and end of activity. The exposure of new audio and visual media are part of everyday communication, now more than ever. The Arts teach our students to better perceive these cues and the information that they deliver. Read it here: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/steam/vol1/iss2/33

November 2013
Lexington Public Schools visits Andover
Was able to host a great visit to my classroom and the classrooms of some of my colleagues, Ed Parker, Melanie Cutler, Rob Michaud, Ruth Masters, Minda Reidy and Karen Stevens for a visit from the Lexington Art Department. Here are a few blog posts about the day:


July 2013


Mamitas Coffee

Just finished the package design and site for Mamitas, a new Costa Rican coffee.


Colloquium: Invention and Innovation, RISD Museum
Excited to have led a brainstroming session and present some of my classroom assignments at a Professional Development Workshop at the RISD Museum. I also lead an activity for teacher,, we drew microscopic sea creatures observed through electron microscopes. The Invention and Innovation Colloquium introduced educators to the principles of STEAM. Learn more about the colloquium here:Colloquium: Invention and Innovation on our.risd.edu



June 2013


A new logo for Monahan Contracting of Milton, MA


April 2013


Happy Anniversary to TirNaNog Childcare! 10 years has flown by since we designed that logo.


February 2013


Quintessential Quilts by NME

A new site for Quintessential Quilts by Norine M. Edmondson


Pelham Pythons should be ready for a winning season with these logos!


January 2013


Voxxi, Why STEM education is in Need of some STEAM



stemtosteam.org case study

Interview for a STEAM case study to support RISD's STEAM advocacy.


December 2012


Law Office of Jason Guida, Esq. in the News

Our client, Jason Guida of lawguida.com is interviewed on WCVB (ABC) Boston, tonight!


Attorney Guida's logo and web site were created by Visual Identity Studio.