I'm a graduate from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Graphic Design. I could make patterns all day long and be the happiest, but instead I find myself adding an illustrative style to projects from environmental to brand work. I enjoy whimsical yet clean design and am not afraid to use color.

Work Samples

  • Illustration and Patterns

  • Sketches & Doodles

  • Illustrated Type

Work History

ARTISTIC STRENGTHS Illustration Typography Branding Photography EDUCATION University of Cincinnati 07–12 College of Design, Architecture, Art, + Planning (DAAP) B.S. Graphic Design Dean's List EXPERIENCE -Infinite Scale Salt Lake City, UT / JUN11–MAR12 Environmental graphic design with focus on sports. Worked with others to assist in the creation and production of art work. Worked on various large scale projects including the PAC12 football championship, Chicagoland Speedway, and Miller Motorsports Park. -Mondofragilis Annecy, France / JAN–MAR11 Designed marketing mail aways. Created the icon system for the design studio’s pricing guide. Assisted in the redesign of the firm’s task site. Wrote news and feature articles for potential pod casts. Improved second language skills by working primarily in French. -Salomon Sports Annecy, France / JAN–JUN10 Designed the graphics for the Winter 2012 line of girl’s and boy’s helmets and other various ranges of boots and ski poles. Created the new look for the 2012 men’s SPK boot line. Designed a custom helmet for a pro rider. Began to learn French as a second language. -Norm Thompson Outfitters Portland, OR / JUN–SEP09 Worked with Sahalie catalogue and created and re-designed the daily e-news featuring promotions and sales. Attended photo shoots to learn and assist with creative direction. Worked closely with merchandising to aid in the creation of patterns for clothing. Designed labels for clothes and various products sold in the catalogue.

Education

  • University of Cincinnati

    • B.S. Graphic Design Graphic Design
    • 2007 - 2012

Specialties

Awards

Cincinnatus Century Scholar

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