Bloomington Symphony Orchestra wanted their new logo and corporate identity to communicate elegance. I based the vibrant palette off the rich and brilliant colors of orchestral instruments.
Nothin’ wimpy about these mini-donuts or the entrepreneur who developed them. The message: spunky, chocolately, and definitely out-of-the ordinary. Business cards are 2½” x 2½”, about the size of a mini-donut. Orange tees were also ...
After creating the school library mural for Groveland, I was asked to design t-shirts and sweatshirts. At first, some decision-makers thought older students—particularly the boys—wouldn’t wear a tee with pandas. At my suggestion, we arranged ...
I was asked to create a mural as part of an elementary school library renovation; the only requirement was that it include a panda, which is the school’s mascot. In the past, the school had ...
A sampling of my motion design. You can see more by following the vimeo link at the end.
I love celebrating the seasons! Greeting cards and invitations I’ve created for fun occasions.
The first time I worked with Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, they knew they needed a new logo and identity system but weren’t quite ready to dive into that project. So I made a simple logotype, and ...
An article on money management in SCAN, alumae magazine from St. Catherine’s University. I did the mixed-media illustration work.
Beauty & the Beast + junior high = totally awesome drama. I love illustrating type. Products included double-sided bookmarks, play program, poster, T-shirts, and tickets.