A group project between myself and two other girls where we created, branded and marketed an animal rescue kit. Our kit was designed to be lightweight and portable yet still contain everything you would need to take care of your pet, be it dog, cat or an exotic, in a time of emergency. The actual kit is made of two collapsible dog bowls attached by zipper. Within each bowl is food for three days, first aid kit, leash and collar, and collapsible water bottles.
A project to redesign an Austrian wine brand called Skeleton Wine. The redesign was meant to hail back to the brand's history, but update the label for a younger, hipper crowd.
A hand bound book I made that explored everything that has to do with tea. All the photos I took myself. I was exploring creating type and words from actual objects.
An app that I created that is essentially, social media for dogs. You start by creating a profile for your pup. The app allows you to find other dogs to befriend that best fit the personality of your dog, set up playdates, find out dog-related news, message your new pup friends and find dog friendly locations to go! It even includes a special alert message that tells you when a new puppy is in your area that might need petting!
A book hand drawn and hand bound to represent my creative process which often includes a large amount of doodling and sketching even if what I draw doesn’t directly contribute to the final product. I often do it while my mind thinks of ideas for the project.
A pamphlet given to people to inform them of stem cells. The basis behind the pamphlet is to inform people of the facts behind stem cells and allow them to make their own decision. As it opens, the pamphlet works through the information by way of flip book, parallel fold and unique folding to encourage interaction and learning.
OPEN business directory
This was our second year working on this business directory for Columbia County and we worked hard on creating cleaner and more aesthetically pleasing layouts by keeping all advertisements to their own pages.
A stationery set created for a local, certified Health Counselor. She wanted something clean, fresh, and natural. We created a business card, notecard, and letterhead.
A series of lithographic prints, one aluminum and two on limestone. I kept a running theme of emulating vintage prints like Audubon, but with some sort of twist to each image.