I'm a perpetually curious maker, who sees design as the manifestation of our values. In pursuit of an interdisciplinary bioethics thesis from UC Berkeley, while honing my skills as a freelancer. I call San Francisco home.​​​​​​​
I'm currently working on graphics & special projects for Nima, the team behind the world's first pocket sized gluten and peanut sensors. I also design for the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation at UC Berkeley, and illustrate for The Daily Californian, an independent newspaper. 
Previously, I was a UI/UX intern with Message Bus, and a Marketing intern with the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
See more on my resume, or contact fspektor@berkeley.edu