A mock-up for a potential yearbook design. I loved trying out different color combinations with the various school icons.
A banner I created for a school – they didn’t have their own logo, so I created the bear for them.
For my Senior Project I worked with SAAF House, an animal clinic that offers spaying and neutering services at a low cost to Springfield residents. I created an activity book for children that explains the necessity of spaying/neutering.
This was a jersey design I submitted for my dad’s cycling team. My idea was to match the company’s aesthetic with highly-visible colors.
Here’s an ad I did for frOlic for Sylvan Learning Center and their new programs.
This is an ad I did for frOlic, a family magazine in Ozark, Missouri. As You Wish hosts parties with Disney princesses.
I found a car light on the side of the road one day and brought it to my sculpture class where I glued glass onto it and made it into a working lamp!
The audience for this book series was sophisticated. My favorite to work with was “The Gift of the Magi” in which I used fake hair to create the title.
The audience for this series was conservative, and I cut out little bits of magazine paper to make the images.
This comic is from a scene from my favorite short story, “Where are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates.
This ad was to promote Mike Shannon’s Outfield during Cardinal games.
This layout was created with a more conservative audience in mind.
For this magazine layout I worked with strips of paper and cut out the title. It was a lot of fun to work outside of the computer for a change.
I made this infographic while working with Mascot Agency. Our client was working to promote employment opportunities and education in Haiti.
This infographic was made for Mike Shannon’s.
This infographic was made for Dapper Gents, an upscale barber shop in downtown St. Louis.
I submitted this poster to the Springfield Underage Drinking Prevention Contest and won second place!
For this class project I had to redesign signage for the Art and Design building. I wanted to go for a more interesting shape.
I love color coding and it was a lot of fun to come up with the symbols for each type of class.
Some thank you cards I designed for my family that traveled to come celebrate my brother’s wedding.
For my brother’s wedding rehearsal dinner, my job was to create the seating cards. Since his wedding was just three days after Christmas, I decided on designing them to look like presents. They were a hit!