As the head designer, I create decor designs for large corporate and private events. This ranges from vinyl drops and decals to dimensional signs and centerpieces. Anything is possible-big, bigger, and biggest. I communicate with clients and with our team of artists to turn dreams into reality, and collaborate with vendors to apply my designs to their products and services. Originality and care is put into every detail of the design and decor, making every event special.
A tent transformed for a hockey themed party-complete with a scoreboard!
Red and white stripes set the scene for a stylish circus.
All lit up for a night at the movies!
This "wood" sign is just the right amount of whimsy+elegance.
Outside-the-box place card design.
Graphics, graphics, and more graphics! Love a larger than life collage!
All custom everything for this hockey rink dance floor!
Hob Nobble Gobble 2017
Mixed metal concession stands with custom menu graphics.
Living for this neon photo treatment!
Because everything looks even better under the lights!
As a graphic design intern at Savorfull, I developed and executed effective designs for business cards, shipping materials, promotional materials and social media. I captured and edited photos to be used in blog posts and on social media, and additionally wrote my own blog post for Savorfull's site. I also collaborated with team members to complete projects successfully and efficiently.
Sweet Maria's Rebrand
Problem: Sweet Maria's is a successful bakery in Waterbury, CT that caters to generations of families all over Connecticut. After almost 30 years of business, it's time for a brand refresh.
Solution: As lead creative on my team, I came up with a new design for Maria's website that is easier to navigate and more cohesive. It was important to the owner to keep some elements in her logo, such as the polka dot pink scarf. I gave the logo an updated look to capture the spirit of the bakery and the eyes of the consumer, without sacrificing the pink polka dots entirely. I also created additional materials to be implemented in the store, like reward punch cards and happy hour menus.
Martin Luther King Poster Contest
First Place Winner
Goal: Design a positive propaganda style poster to promote, influence and inspire conversations around one or more of the following themes: Diversity, Inclusivity, Social Justice, Unity, Civil Rights, and Cultural differences and appreciation.
"The inspiration for my poster comes from the Americans that peacefully stand up for their beliefs every day. Martin Luther King Jr. stood for peace and equality throughout his life, and paved the way for the present generation to do the same. In a turbulent world, race, religion, party affiliation and gender threaten to divide us, but when we come together to support a meaningful cause, these barriers dissolve. MLK said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Carrying on this legacy of advocating for justice is so vital, and thats what I aim to show in my poster."
On display in the MSU Communication Arts and Sciences building.
Goal: Create posters and other materials that promote emergency preparedness, includingpeople with mobility limitations and/or intellectual disabilities.
This poster was displayed at the Partnership for Health and Disability Symposium, specifically requested by Peckham Industries, Sparrow Health Department, Genessee County Health Department and Michigan Disability Rights Coalition.