Sak pase? I'm Laetitia,
a passion for Illustration
Also a gif-creator, the camera friend, and most recently, a Designer at Verizon.
Shots
I'm Laetitia (lay-tee-see-yah), a proud Haitian Visual Designer based in New York.
I'm a multi-disciplinary designer raised in Port-au-prince, Haiti. My love for design sparked from illustrating graphic novels in primary school. And this eventually led me to the Art Institute of Chicago where I continued to refine my skills, and earned my BFA in Visual Communication Design.
From there I've worked with clients such as: The Field Museum of Natural History, Google, Meta, Barneys New York, Grubhub, Nike and Huggies.

Aside from the day-to-day, I'm inspired by people working towards good causes, and untold narratives. It's my mission to help young Black creatives navigate through the world of design by sharing my own experiences and journey.
In my efforts to work towards this, I've been lucky to collaborate with incredible organizations such as Working Not Working, Mass Appeal, and Where Are The Black Designers to create work that builds a brighter future for designers from underrepresented communities.

Currently: Working on my portfolio. Shoot me an email!

🎧 Listening: Ayra Starr – The year I turned 21
📺 Watching: Bridgerton
📚 Learning: More about Product Design @Theusefulschool
Clients
Education

School of the Art Institute of Chicago
BFA in Visual Communication Design

Experience

Huge
Freelance / 2023

Artemis Ward
Freelance / 2023

LinkedIn
Contract / 2022 - 23

Grubhub / Seamless
Full Time / 2019 - 21

Achievements

The Useful School
Speaker 2023

Shorty Award
Recipient 2022

Adobe XD
Workshop Host 2020

AIGA Mentorship
Speaker 2022

Graphics
Illustrator
InDesign
Midjourney
Photoshop
Procreate

Web
ChatGPT
Figma
Principle
Sketch
Webflow
XD

Languages
‍Creole
French
English
Spanish

Motion
After Effects
Cinema 4D
Maya
Premiere

Other notable pastimes
Yelling into the void, petting dogs, and binge-watching crime docuseries.
Résumé
SKILLS
Made with blood, sweat and Mostly tears – using webflow.com