You might be sitting here asking yourself, “Can this girl even design shit?” which is totally a reasonable question because I didn't show you any of my work on the home page to this website, so unless I met you in person and you have my business card, you need to see some stuff. Browse my collection below to see some of the projects I have worked on. Photography can be found here. Look around. Make yourself at home. Click on the "learn more" button to see each full project.
We generated an original logo and gave it a burned wood look. Alex's style of business is very traditional and he relies on hard work and word of mouth.
Inspired by the Colorado State Flag, this logo belongs to a band from Scranton, PA.
What happens when a couple of your friends decide to try their hand at chocolate making? They call you in to do the logo!
Logo, package design, and web design done for a hometown coffee roasting company. Cozy, quaint, and handmade. Done as a project under Dr. Eric Ruggeiro at Wilkes University. Software used: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop.
Tantrum is a fictitious wakeboard company based in New England. They specialize in custom boards and have been in the industry since the 80s. Long time traditionalists with an artsy edge, they bring a unique flavor to the sport. I developed a full brand as well as a magazine ad for the company. Done as a project under Professor Lisa Reynolds. Software used: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator.
A ficticious outdoor brand I developed as a project under Professor Doug Martin. I created a branding guide, as well as logo, several billboard ads, and two video ads for Wanderlust. Software used: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere.
I generated this logo for a side project, a shop which sells artisan home decor and handmade skincare items. Profits support clean ocean efforts.
Edye's Photography needed a watermark that was as delicate as her photography. Her soft captures of families and couples needed a logo that matched her style. We decided this was fitting.
Logo and branding package for a family business, owned by two brothers and based in Warminster, Pa. Since the company has no online presence, I wanted the brand to feel complete and fleshed out. Software used: Adobe Illustrator.
Sometimes I take my camera out and shoot some film. It captures things otherwise lost. Fun, unique, and mostly experimental. I'm always looking for more artsy video work, such as music videos or story-telling shorts.
What, You made that? Yes. I did. The "215" filter was live for a while, but has since expired. The other two never went live, but I had just as much fun creating them. Done as a project under Dr. Sara Moore. Software used: Adobe Illustrator.
Two ads I created in an attempt to brighten urban areas and educate children on ocean life. The ads are for an online game. I used traditional watercolor and collage methods combined with graphics. Software used: Adobe Photoshop
Everyday I get up and go to work. Sometimes I create things I am proud of. These are those things. Working at ski and board shop is very rewarding. I enjoy the diversity of the projects and working for a family business.
A logo, product packaging, menu design, and tags for a local winery. Done as a project under Dr. Eric Ruggeiro. Software used: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator. Combined with traditional watercolor methods.
As an intern at Montage Mountain Ski Resort, I made many print pieces. The internship helped me gain relevant experience for my current job. Here are some of my favorite pieces.
I began taking photos at age 4 with a film camera. I put that down for a while and returned to the lens in 8th grade, this time picking up a Nikon. I haven't put it down since.