Category Archives: Portfolio
A series of art prints depicting U.S. and international major cities in bold, graphic shapes that are meant to work well together.
Logo for Our Labor of Love and Seed Factory’s joint project, lovebug. A photoshoot of children with their lovebug – their blanket, stuffed animal or item that brings them love and comfort. (Photo credit: Our Labor Of Love.)
Peace Jams pattern featuring all the Friday night treats: gummy bears, roller skates, fresh baked cookies and pizza delivery.
An illustration inspired by Pablo Neruda’s poem “De noche, amada, amarra tu corazón al mío” / At night, love, tie your heart to mine.
Product packaging labels in three varieties: Lightly Sea Salted, Nearly Naked and Smoked Paprika, Ginger and Cayenne Pepper.
Spirit Animal T-shirts for the Athens and Atlanta, GA stores: Treehouse Kid and Craft. These animals were voted on by kids in both cities as part of our 2016 voting collaboration with Treehouse.
Voting campaign for Treehouse Kid & Craft created for kids to vote in person at their stores which features an illustrated ballot, poster, sticker and t-shirt.
A thumbprint people poster highlighting the United States and the people from coast to coast. Based on a quote by Anna Sewell, “It is good people who make good places.”
A snapshot of Atlanta via matchbook designs from contemporary to vintage designs coupled with my interpretation of each. Featuring mostly restaurant and trade organizations, the matchbooks are a fun way to explore Atlanta’s growth. “Atlanta on Fire” is meant to
A poster design and illustration for Banner Butter’s “Name Your Churn” contest to encourage patrons to write their name for their new churn on the poster during the farmer’s market each weekend.
An image created for International Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31) using the tagline “Proud of Us” to honor, celebrate and share pride in us all–especially our most vulnerable communities.
A postcard to mark the move of an event planning business with an emphasis on the skateboard and items they are known for in their events.
Vintage barber shop goodness. A silk scarf design of different hairstyles you can select from if you had a lazy reclining figure to sit on top of your head for the duration of the day to mimic the appearance of
Logo and lettering design proposal for a private practice working with individuals with eating disorders highlighting the notion of abundance through a casual, quirky design.
A triptych based on a few of my travel photographs from landscapes within the United States that I love. They include, top to bottom: Smoky Mountains / New Mexico / Yosemite
Bird Friends! An illustration featuring several different types of birds doing fun and fascinating things in their bird hostel house. For the bird watcher in all of us, keep an eye out for the worms. (Inspired by The Peck Deck
An ongoing series of illustrations about the history of the cellular phone. From the introduction of Motorola’s DynaTAC in 1984 (which would cost about $9,300 today) to Nokia’s Mobira Talkman to the present day era of the iPhone.
Tiny Time Drawings is an on-going collection of awesome little things we see every day. I grew up reading the books The Littles by John Peterson and the idea of small things happening all around us in the small spaces
Imaginary Textiles is an ongoing collection of designs I would weave, quilt, piece or embroidery in another lifetime.
A series of coloring pages for Paper Ghost Studio’s monthly Coloring Club held in the Candler Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA.
A collection of drawings about things you can, should or would want to do during the long, hot summers in Atlanta, GA.
A flyer with custom illustrations of each member of Paper Ghost Studio. Eye-catching and friendly, this format would be awesome for other small groups or offices. Also, helps promote conversation with outside guests and clients as they can more readily
Promotional postcard for the gallery opening of “The Tiny Art Show: A Big Show About Small Art” at Paper Ghost Studio.
Atlanta’s Creative Class: Composition Number One was created in June 2015 and features 50 of the most creative women working in Atlanta. The follow-up will be out in June 2016 with a new group of creative people from our awesome
A series of drawings made for a Banner Butter video which was shot and edited by Pamela Berger along with James Schroeder.
A series of promotional drawings for Instagram posts to remind followers about the Tuesday night weekly drawing nights at Paper Ghost Studio.
A collection of one-inch rubber stamps which were available via retail and wholesale through my online shop, The Small Object. They were stocked by various retailers over the years before I retired the collection by national retailers like Anthropologie to