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About Fierceday

Fierceday was my Xbox 360 gamer tag back in the day. Since my earliest memories, I’ve had a passion for creativity, constantly exploring and shaping the digital world around me. It all started on MySpace when I wanted to create the coolest profile. I turned to the world wide web and followed (very limited) coding tutorials so I can bring my vision to life. Storytelling and media has always been important to me. In 2009 at 14, I launched my first WordPress blog and YouTube Vlog.

In high school, I tapped into social media marketing and photography for the first time, capturing sporting events and tweeting live scores on the school’s Facebook page I created and managed. My passion for photography expanded through college and I worked my way up to Staff Photographer for the Daily Targum. After taking memorable courses in college, I immersed myself in the world of graphic design and audio/video editing, experimenting with new techniques and pushing the boundaries of my creativity. 

In 2015, I felt equipped and ready to launch my multimedia website and I’ve been live since. Though, I’ve rebranded a few times, “Fierceday” always remained at the core of my creativity. I earned my bachelors and masters in Communications at Rutgers University. I currently work as an internal communications manager for a global education services company (as a cya, all views on this site are my own). 

Throughout all phases of my creative journey, access, creativity, and visual storytelling has always been at the center of my work. Today, I specialize in helping small growing businesses build their brand. From logos and websites to newsletters and promotional materials, I have supported many brands from inception to launch. Check out my work and follow my blog for cool, fun content!

If communication focuses on the story you want to tell and marketing ensures the right people are being inspired then Fierceday is the space where communications + marketing will always meet.