Anne K Goodfriend

ArtistDigital DesignerMakerVideographer

About Anne

about photoAs a professional digital designer and artist, Anne K Goodfriend has been honing her playful style and collaborative approach to digital design for over a decade. Anne brings the same warm, sleek aesthetic and committed work ethic to her collaborations with professional clients and her own artistic practice and projects.

A New York transplant, Anne has been freelancing since 2008 as a professional designer and videographer.  She is known for her collaborative approach, marrying the needs and tastes of clients with her own creative spark and managing concepts all the way from inception to execution to distribution.

Anne’s artistic initiatives explore the potential of interactive media. Her 2012 project Whose Streets Our Streets was featured in Queers in Exile, an exhibition at the Leslie Lohman Museum and won best of show at Urban Exposure: Out in Public.

Anne graduated from the New School University with a degree in Media Studies in 2009. She is currently enrolled as a graduate student in the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU Tisch.

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

- Leonardo da Vinci -


Anne helps build projects from idea to launch. She's a digital creative and a growing expert at web & mobile design, branding, marketing, graphics, video & front end. Here's some of her work.

Dandi: A Digital Dandelion

Art / Design / Interaction Design / Web


Branding / Design / Videography / Web

Artist Files

Art / Documentation / Videography / Web

ABOG Events

Art / Documentation / Videography

Jessica 6

Branding / Videography

MRY & Coke Zero

Branding / Videography

CoWorker Projects

Art / Branding / Design / Web

Time Squared Arts

Branding / Design / Videography

Helen Rosenthal, 6th District

Branding / Design / Web


Art / Design / Interaction Design / Web

Mark Levine, 7th District

Branding / Design / Web

Open Engagement 2014

Art / Documentation / Videography

The passions have been sufficiently interpreted; the point now is to discover new ones.

- Guy Debord -

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