Karianne is a graphic designer and communicator whose passion is working with scientists and policy writers to transform their knowledge into public engagement and action. She specializes in crafting inspiring words and images to clarify complex topics for non-technical audiences.
Her passion for science communication began with her experience as a graphic designer and digital engagement strategist at the David Suzuki Foundation. Since then she has collaborated with a diverse range of organizations across the fields of environment and health. Recently she has worked extensively with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to craft a series of public-facing infographics and reports on the links between climate change and ocean ecology.
Karianne holds a Bachelor in Design from Emily Carr University and lives in Montréal.