Jinna grew up in a log cabin in the woods in New Jersey. Despite her upbringing, she’s definitely a city person. Plus, the neighborhood where she was raised has since been overrun by bears. She has designed materials for Senator Maria Cantwell, the Carnegie Institution for Science, and various hip-hop celebrities. She also had the surprising opportunity of being on the cover of a Jewish youth magazine. Since moving to Seattle, she has volunteered for a variety of local non-profits and has served on the board of AIGA Seattle. When not working, she loves to travel. And when not traveling, she enjoys binge-watching Korean dramas. Nutella, peanut butter, and Shin Ramyun are pantry staples.