I approach graphic design as an artist, bringing my creativity and artistic sensibilities to each project. Before becoming a graphic designer, I spent a decade pursuing fine art. LinkedIn Learning interviewed me about my career pivot from fine art to graphic design, which you can watch here. When I am not creating logo designs, I am building my handheld printmaking presses, drawing mini portraits, and moderating Trade Closet; a place for women to trade fashion.
My paintings are known for their unique compositions and color palettes. My work was published in New American Paintings Issue 121 and is a part of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation collection. My paintings have been a part of a TV commercial set, and have been shown locally and nationally.
I designed the Pocket Press and spent years developing 2 new type of press beds for this unique printmaking set up; the Magic Pressbed and the Registration Pressbed for printing reduction linocuts without a traditional press. My printmaking press setups have been featured in Pressing Matters Magazine and on Creative Bloq. I have taught printmaking workshops for Skillshare and at Ohio State University Urban Arts Space. And one time, Charlie Day purchased one of my hand tinted etchings.
I hold a degree in drawing and painting from the University of North Texas College of Visual Art and Design. Between paintings, my passion for the arts and sustainability energized me to launch Art Cricket LA, which helped regular people collect art by local artists, and Get Local; a way for Angelenos to shop locally online. I find graphic design to be at the intersection of my love for entrepreneurial ventures and art. I enjoy working with individuals, as well as assisting graphic design and marketing companies.
My rates are very affordable while I build my practice. Contact me to start a conversation about your project or fill out the Logo Design Intake Form. Not ready yet? Keep in touch and follow request on Instagram.
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