Electrofork is in fact a knife— a daggar.

 

Elizabeth Daggar (that’s me) studied graphic design at the esteemed Pratt Institute, and has since worked as a graphic designer for print and web, and touchscreen media; and as a motion designer for video and projection. Electrofork is the brand under which she began working as a multidisciplinary independent after several illuminating full-time positions that included a marketing firm, a cable tv on-air graphics department, and a post production house.

 

When not designing, I like to make art, write on my blog, wander or cycle around the city, take photographs along my wanders, read, and travel to European cities. I’ve also recently taken up podcasting.

Areas of expertise include:

— identity and branding

— graphic design + illustration for print

— graphic design + motion design for screens and spaces (interactive, video, projection)

— 2d animation, editing, and compositing

— cartographic design

 

 

A non-exhaustive list of projects / clients:

The Battery Conservancy, Accomplice: The Show, The Medicines Company (via Donovan/Green), Woo Creative, Moyers & Company, Holland America Cruise Lines, Gettysburg 150th Commemoration (via Donna Lawrence Productions), Sotheby’s International Reality, Caguas Science Center (via Blue Telescope), New Amsterdam Market, Saxelby Cheesemeongers, Mary’s Fish Camp, New York Life, Thread Global, MoMath: The Museum of Mathematics (via Blue Telescope), Nature Research Center of NC (via Batwin + Robin), Pine Rock Productions, The Urban Assembly, several NYC Industrial Development Corporations, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA, via Batwin + Robin), Outback Concerts, SOHO Press, Edgeworx, Bravo, IFC, Women’s Entertainment Channel, Moxie Firecracker Films, Orchard Films

nice words from clients

liz [at] electrofork.com  |  (917) 309-3786  |  Post: c/o Mailboxes on Fifth  172 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217