My passion for design stems from my love of telling stories with visual tools. I’ve been working in the Philadelphia area for the past 10 years in the Art Deparment on commercial, film, and TV, projects. Collaborating with diverse minds on projects with diverse goals has allowed me to hone my eye for color and composition and build a strong portfolio of work. I was recently recognized with an Emmy nomination for the Art Department’s work on the National Geographic Kid’s educational and art-heavy series, “Weird But True”.

Lenore (right) with collaborator Chad Cooper (left)

In 2017, and again in 2019, I led a team of builders, illustrators, and craftspeople in the Art Department on National Geographic Kid’s, “Weird But True”, Seasons 2 & 3. Produced by Steph Burns at Steve Rotfeld Productions and co-art directed S3 with Allison Boegemann. Find the show streaming on Disney Plus. The show has been nominated for several Emmy’s including the recent nomination for Art Direction at the 2021 Daytime Emmys.

Early on in my career, I designed my first independent feature film, Kinderwald, which debuted at the 2013 Munich International Film Festival and was featured at Slamdance 2013. The film is set in 1850 in the remote forests of Eastern Pennsylvania.