I am a graphic designer focused on print design with a passion for typography. There is value in the tactile quality of printed materials, and I want to help create meaningful printed documents and stories. With dual degrees—graphic design from Portland State and marketing from Gonzaga—I approach design projects with consumer-focused thinking.
A Bundt cake cookbook divided into sections according to the four seasons, based on seasonal ingredients. Colorful photography paired with character-filled brush lettering was chosen to appeal to a trend-aware market.
A quarterly magazine focused on current art, culture, and literature in New York City. Ample white space and a limited color palette visually unify these subjects throughout the magazine.
An accordion booklet that shows the timeline of events leading up to the invention of the home sewing machine. This is designed to be a souvenir or gift available for purchase at The Oregon Historical Society’s shop in connection with a sewing machine exhibit.
Broadway PDX is the Portland, Oregon segment of Broadway Across America. This project includes a booklet of events for the 2015 season and a promotional poster series. Bold type, a clean layout, and striking poster photographs were chosen to appeal to a younger crowd and draw new customers to live theater.