Makisa Bronson (b. 1998; Luoyang, China) is a creative strategist, copywriter, and curator based in New York City. 

She works as a brand strategist & copywriter at Practice, a Brooklyn-based creative firm, where she works alongside a passionate team to build and launch category-defining brands in ethical commerce. She also freelances out of her own studio, STUDIO LI, and is the co-founder and curator of The East Asian Graphics Archive. Her work and words have been featured in The Brand Identity, Creative Boom, Quartz, and Dead Simple Sites.

Previously, Makisa was Head of Growth and Social Media & Content Producer at IYK, where she led verbal brand and content strategy and partnered with clients like Adidas, Complex, and Atlantic Records. She graduated from Dartmouth College, where she studied Middle Eastern Studies & Economics and was a Stanford University AMENDS Fellow. 

In her free time, you can find her heading to dance class, traveling, blogging, and crystallizing memories on film.

She can be contacted via email, Twitter, or Instagram — portfolio and CV are available upon request.