Michelle Zatta is an industrial designer living in the New York area, specializing in product, furniture, and food + design. She believes that design is a means of weaving her creativity into the existing social fabric. Her work is imbued with a sense of whimsy and humor, functionality, and has an analytic edge.

She holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. She has worked with Makerbot Industries, the artist Jane Hammond, and has designed products for the Brooklyn Children's Museum and Planet Product Toys, among others. Her work has also appeared in the book Bright Minds, Beautiful Ideas: Parallel Thoughts in Different Times.

Michelle is a member of the Gowanus Studio Space, a design/art collective in Brooklyn, where she is the Design Director of the annual Jell-O Mold Design Competition.

michelle.zatta [at] gmail dot com