Miami-based interdisciplinary designer Victoria Escobar is currently a designer at The New York Times Magazine. Previously she was a student at The Maryland Institute College of Art, where she majored in graphic design with interests in publication, silkscreening, Risograph printing and experimental motion graphics.

Her design work has focused on editorial, branding, and interactive collateral that incorporates digital and analog processes in striking and innovative ways. Most recently, she has been developing a body of work that explores culture and heritage, and examines aspects of her Latin identity.