Welcome to my online portfolio! It's almost never up to date, since I'm always working on a new project. I am inspired by new challenges, so my portfolio is a bit eclectic, but I like it that way. If it needs to be designed, I want to be the one to do it. Know of anyone who needs a food truck branded? A mural painted? A book cover designed or a small business' product catalog created? Let me know.



I am a visual storyteller--graphic designer, artist, and journalist.

I have 8 years of experience as a graphic designer. Over my career I have worked for newspapers, magazines, and communications companies. I have had the opportunity to convert print magazines into tablet apps; create brochures, posters, and billboards; design the logos and branding for small businesses; and run social media campaigns.

I am a big picture thinker and making complicated ideas or stories come together clearly is why I fell in love with communications and design in the first place.

I'm available for freelance design and illustration work. Let's work together.



My dream job is one where I get to use my creativity daily, and spend most of my time solving problems visually--something that offers a variety of types of projects to work on. I like to work independently and I get a lot of pride and satisfaction from having a high level of responsibility in my projects, but I also enjoy having the opportunity to learn from my colleagues. And I don’t drink coffee, so an office that has a nice electric tea kettle would be a pretty big plus, too.


Five years is a long time, and I hope my goals keep growing with me. I do know that over the next five years I want to learn new skills, work with talented and interesting people, and grow as a designer and as a person (Hey, if I’m setting a goal, it may as well be lofty.) At the end of five years, I’d like to be working where I still see new challenges and have enough variety in what I do day-to-day that my job stays interesting.


My favorite color depends on the day, my favorite typeface is (usually) Garamond, and I first used Adobe InDesign when I was 14 years old and working for my school newspaper.



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