Born and raised in Texas, I'm a "designer of things" currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. You could say I got my start at an early age, when Paintbrush was my favorite computer program and I taught myself HTML because I wanted my AOL profile to be colorful. I had many opportunities along the way to hone my skills, thanks to the dawning of the internet blog age, friends who wanted me to make their organizations cool t-shirts, and — after attending college and grad school for music (still a huge passion of mine) — administrative jobs that allowed me to be creative. In 2012, I began working primarily in design and marketing communications, and since then, have had the opportunity to work with a number of well-known institutions including Boston's historic Trinity Church in Copley Square, Harvard Law School, First Presbyterian Church of Dallas, First Baptist Church of Nashville, and many other artists, organizations, churches, and soon-to-be-weds.
I could go into more detail about my background and my aesthetic, but here's the gist: I'm passionate about design and designing for a purpose. I love to create fun, beautiful, bold, and colorful things. And I love it even more when it points others to my fun, beautiful, bold, and colorful Creator.
If you'd like to work with me, I'd love to work with you! I thrive off of collaboration — whether it be with a design team or with a client — and often finish a project seeing the great benefits of two (or three, or four...) minds versus just one. So if you're interested, contact me. I can't wait to hear from you.
Download my resume here.