Hi there! I’m Madi Reyes (she/her), a Filipina-American graphic designer based in San Francisco, California specializing in illustration and branding.
Fueled by my love for storytelling and a passion for social justice, I firmly believe in the phrase, "good design is designing for good." The goals of every design project I take on are to visually communicate untold stories, combat oppressive systems, and make the world a more just place through fun yet effective designs.
I am a fourth-year Design student with minors in Advertising and Asian Pacific American Studies at the University of San Francisco, where I’ll be graduating in the spring of 2024. I currently work as a graphic design intern for the ACLU’s national office, as well as the manager of The Graphics Center, the student-run design firm at USF.
When I'm not designing or drawing on my iPad, you can find me dabbling in film photography, attending concerts all over the Bay Area, and binging cartoons and animated films.