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❤︎ Stephanie Wu (she/her) is a visual communicator based in unceded Naragansett land (Providence, RI).  She thinks a lot about Chinese diasporic identity, radical politics, and what it means to cultivate love and build community  ❤︎

She is finishing up her final year at Rhode Island School of Design working towards a BFA in Illustration with detours into printmaking, graphic design, and history. She is the co-Creative Director for The Brown Political Review. 

Currently: There is an avocado seed  sitting on her desk as she awaits its germination. 

︎ swu07@risd.edu
︎ resume
︎ linkedin
︎ what she’s reading  

From February-August 2020, I was the creative/marketing intern at Tulip Interfaces. Although I ended up working remotely for the majority of my time at Tulip, big thanks to my supervisor Angie and the rest of the marketing team  for making it still a wonderful and fruitful experience.

I worked closely with content and events  to create accompanying graphics for our blog and social media. Before the working at Tulip, I had never worked on a full marketing team or knew anything about manufacturing (Tulip is a digital manufacturing platform). As an illustrator and designer, it was my job to break down complex manufacturing concepts that were new to me, therefore it was a process of learning by doing.

Illustration by my colleague Jenna Koo!