Poster design announcing guest speaker, Jerry E. Smith, as part of Conspiracy Con's lecture series on weather warfare. The further away the viewer stands, the easier it becomes to decode the hidden message, "The invisible and the non-existent look very much alike."
Design, branding, and art direction of Golly Magazine, a new and fresh woman's magazine. Worked closely with the editor and creative director to establish a unique voice from layout and color to custom patterned end pages.
Martha Stewart Home Office
Product design and illustration for the Martha Stewart Home Office back to school kit including Agenda book, notepads, sticky notes, labels, and washi tape.
Art Direction: Megan Lee, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Colin Davis Jones Studios
Logo design and branding for Colin Davis Jones Studios which specializes in high end costume construction and tailoring for theatre, film, and private clients.
Brand development and art direction for knitwear designer, Amanda Henderson. Designed business cards, catalog, website, and assisted with styling of photo shoots and the 2014 Fashion Week presentation.
How I Fell in Love
Two poster design concepts for Abingdon Theatre's production, "How I Fell in Love." The idea was to create two completely different approaches that represent the sense of whimsy and comedic relief found within the contents of the play.
Ashley A. Judd
Custom lettered logo design for photographer, Ashley A. Judd.
Poco Mag—a new experimental art magazine and personal project.
Brian & Blair's Wedding
Invitation and RSVP cards for a lovely Chicago couple.
An ongoing personal project exploring different ways to design with the 'C' letterform because I hate the letter C and unfortunately, my first and last name start with it, so this is a project of acceptance and a search for a new perspective.
Reroot Public Art Proposal
A proposal to use public art within urban spaces as a platform to reevaluate humans' relationship with nature. This project consists of an in-depth analysis of how humans have mentally separated from nature, and the way urban art may function as a powerful tool to change this condition. Proposing public art exhibitions around the world, Reroot aims to challenge humans' perception of nature through urban art — building global support to re-identify with the natural world.