Kirsten O’Loughlin offers more than twelve years of experience in design, with a focus in interactive and experience design. Before joining TOKY Branding + Design in St. Louis, she worked independently creating interactive experiences for a wide range of clients from her small studio in Portland, Oregon while building an arsenal of letterpress equipment.
While in Portland, she worked at Second Story, an internationally renowned interactive studio, on projects for The MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), The Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. and the National Archives Public Vaults exhibit in Washington DC.
As a Senior Interactive Designer at TOKY, Kirsten has worked with clients including HOK, Washington University in St. Louis, The John Burroughs School, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Trivers Architects, The Chase Park Plaza, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, Saint Louis University and Christner Architects.
Kirsten graduated from the University of Maryland with a BFA in Fine Arts. She was the recipient of the Van Crews Design Scholarship while at the U of M.
Kirsten's presentation Monday will address her interactive work, her passion for letterpress work, and how she has adapted to the ever-changing field of design.