Interactive website to promote healthy living throughout the population. This project was a follow-up to a poster completed with AIGA Design For Good.
Justin Algee (JCA) is a dancer and choreographer based in Chicago. I created a logo that can be utilized across social media platforms, as well as a website to showcase professional dance videos and current projects.
Infographic to support a blog article on trends in the transportation industry.
Branding and introductory brochure for an ayurvedic cleanse.
Lauren Fairbanks is a health and wellness coach in Chicago. I created a logo that can be utilized throughout all stationery needs and a simple Squarespace template and typography standards that can be followed as content is added.
Selected spreads from self-initiated zines.
Warmer Days: A collaboration with Cat Aldana of Eat Stretch Nap, the zine includes quotes written by attendees of her 2016 yoga retreat.
Nausea: Typography experiments utilizing a collection of quotes from French Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea.
Wireframe of website to show essays, poetry, and other creative work of a Chicago-based poet.
Marketing website based on imagery and content provided by a Kickstarter project.
Letterpressed with black and silver ink
Thank You Card
Foil stamped and edge painted
Thank You Card
Offset and embossed
Change of address postcard
Invitation to an anniversary party, along with cards for the guests to fill in their favorite memory of the couple.
Poster series for a three-day jazz music festival in Stans, Switzerland. Designed to be displayed individually or as a triptych.
Typographic posters advertising the Master Degree concerts at the Hochschule Luzern School of Music.
Swan illustration created for a print ad
Selected spreads from brochures created for William Blair's Private Wealth Management group.
During the summer 2013 residency at Block 37, I worked with the committee to bring the Chicago Design Museum’s pop-up store to life. We were responsible for everything from collecting and displaying merchandise from local artists, to configuring the interior design for the store within the open layout of the museum.
Illustrations for an animated title sequence for the french film, Amélie.