Originally trained as an architect, Lisa found a greater passion for graphic and product design. Over three decades, she designed in the gift and home furnishing markets for more than 50 diverse manufacturers. Her designs were applied to dinnerware, textiles, paper tableware, clocks, watches, wrapping paper, greeting cards, and many more.
She also created meticulous cut paper collages of architecture and interiors that were reproduced onto notecards and branded products for museum stores and hotels. Private clients commissioned her to create portraits of their homes.
In 2020, during the pandemic, Lisa’s work changed direction again. She let go of the constraints of product and architecture, and evolved into abstract art. With her love of color and working in cut paper, she found respite in abstraction. She loved the ‘high’ she got when putting just the right colors together and then letting them tell her where to go.