Charlotte is an artist/designer/art director whose professional experience spans a wide area of the creative field, including illustration for editorial, publishing and advertising, graphic design for corporate identity, signage and environmental design, branding, packaging, logos, website design, and art direction for consumer and pharmaceutical advertising.
She counts DDB Canada, Publicis Groupe, Grey, Bates Worldwide, Harper Collins, St. Martin's Press, Dutton, Where magazine, Harvard Divinity Journal, Steve Madden, Corinne McCormick Eyewear, The NYC Police Museum, Chermayeff and Geismar and several pharmaceutical companies including RCW and DraftFCB among her clients and companies she has worked for. In addition, Charlotte has taught at Pratt Institute as an undergraduate communication design professor. She was able to bring her experience to the classroom incorporating illustration, graphic design and art direction, and where students could experiemnt with all three areas of study, strengthening and expanding their career directions.
Her personal creative endeavors include being design director and co-author of the book, Urban Iran and the self-publication of her children's book, Grow-Watermelon, Grow. Her illustrated/woven artist book, Lady of Shalott is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and she has also shown her woven wall hangings in groups shows in New York and New Jersey.