When it comes to illustration, I prefer watercolor, pencil, and digital media.
Color Study: Purple Mountains
Related using Procreate App
For my first-ever sticker design, I illustrated a toucan in Adobe Photoshop, and used RedBubble as my primary storefront. In the future I hope to have the time and resources to do more with sticker-making.
Gouache Forest Study
Australian Bat Series
Project: Scientific Illustration
Watercolor, edited in Adobe Photoshop
Color Study: Pink and Sea foam
Created using Procreate App.
High Society Secrets
An illustration done for a book cover project. The series I chose was The Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter. I chose to completely overhaul their cover designs, which I personally hadn’t ever agreed with. The first book in this series is full of light hearted, normal teenage girl problems melded with the secret lives the girls lead as they study to become the next class of super spies.
An older work of mine, from 2016, this poster is a favorite because if set the tone of much of my digital work that came afterwards. It is also one of a few examples of my illustration capabilities using Adobe Illustrator.
Life in Ruins
Iona, Scotland | 7/19/17
Approaching Holy Ground
Iona/Island of Mull, Scotland
Print and Social Media Collateral
Between numerous courses in information design, packaging, design systems, and in various jobs and internships, designing for print and social media has been a frequent practice. I've managed Instagram posts and print for on-campus organizations, a local church, and helped coordinate print and social to match the overall the brand.
Belmont University 26th Annual Commercial Music Showcase Graphic
As a student intern with Belmont University's Marketing and PR department, I had the opportunity to work on a number of exciting projects, including the official posters, graphics, and more for the 26th Annual Commercial Music Showcase.
#BESAFEBU Safety Campaign Poster for Belmont University
I do not own or have any rights on the Belmont name or logo I am a member of the Belmont Boulevard Social Media Team.
Safety poster for on-campus dorms and surrounding buildings to create awareness about driver/pedestrian responsibility. All graphics created by me for Belmont University.
Do Not Open Doors sign
As a student graphic designer with Belmont's Department of Fitness and Recreation, I was charged with overhauling the wayfinding pieces found around the department. It was important to the creative director that I stick closely with the branding.
Group Fitness Instructors Wanted
Sized both for Instagram and for a print poster, this graphic was seen by thousands of prospective student workers.
Polar Bear 5K Run Map
Using the directional information from a past 5K run, I used company branding and official logos to create and brand this small, hand-held map that is passed out at 5K run and distributed online for runners to use.
"Spiritual Vitamins" poster
Using the alternative blue branding colors for "Spiritual Health" at FitRec, and images courtesy of FitRec, I created an eye-catching design for a poster that would be hung as a motivational piece within the department.
Using the alternative teal branding colors for Personal Training at FitRec, I created a cool, flashy spotlight to feature over 20 trainers on FitRec's Instagram and other social media. Each piece required meticulous editing of the photo in Photoshop, ensuring no white spots shone out when the photo was added to this black background. Then, I spent intentional time working on layout and lighting of each spotlight. All spotlights will be featured on their website once the feature is completed.