Typographic explorations (pantyhose, acrylic)
John Locke's 'On Human Understanding' in coloring book form - a playful riff on his famous 'tabula rasa' concept.
My design for John Bunyan's seminal novel Pilgrim's Progress was displayed as a part of 50x50 Missouri, an initiative in which artists in all 50 states reimagine the book covers of 50 classic public-domain books.
Portrait Illustration of John Wesley Powell, a prominent figure in the development of the National Parks system, advocate for native sovereignty, and first white man to raft down the Grand Canyon.
A modular typeface based on gothic architecture.
My take on the Get Out the Vote poster campaign, using papel picado
Typographic exploration (pantyhose, acrylic)
Speculative redesign for the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, home to one of the largest mosaic collections in the US.
Pixel GIFS made for promotional material for the St. Louis cathedral, home to one of the largest mosaic collections in the country.
Modular typeface based on gothic architecture
Signage for a pop-up show at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis.
Boutique teen travel company branding
Chiropractic office logo, branding system
Chiropractic office redesign
John Locke coloring book , complete with book box with crayon compartment.
Illustrated game design
Travel illustrations from Florence, Italy
Mapping Tinder matches using the distance feature in Florence, Italy.
Letter-writing cafe speculative branding project.
John Locke coloring book.
Typographic exploration, layered paper, acetate, wax paper
Photo illustration / exploration
Mono print study of St. Louis topography
Accordion book based on a visit to l'Orangerie in Paris, France.
Art book on the path water takes to our faucets
Quikfo logo design (investment app)
Logo redesign for boutique teen travel company.
Hand-bound, mono print book studying St. Louis topography
Watercolor zine / poster tracking hot air balloon motion in Albuquerque, NM
Signage for a pop-up show at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis
Accordion book containing illustrations from a day spent watching visitors at l'Orangerie museum in Paris
Potato print books
An excerpt from a photo essay in Paris, exploring the consumptive nature of photography.