"To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan, and not quite enough time."
— Leonard Bernstein
For Polly, the key to successful
exhibits is close attention to
detail, taking great care to
address the nuances of a project’s
content and a client’s hopes and
needs in designing a relevant
system of interpretive graphics.
Trained as both a graphic designer
and a pastry chef, she has an
innate understanding of color and
texture and brings together the
right blend of references and ideas.
Her work for Amaze includes
the African Burial Ground Interpretive
Center, the August Wilson Center for
African American Culture, and the
Connecticut Historical Society’s
“History Is All Around Us.”