I’m a “Jill-of-all-trades” and my services vary, much like my eclectic background, but I’ll share more about that below.
Even though I’ve chosen to work in the fashion industry, I’ve always had a love for art and design, specifically graphic design.
I remember spending hours in my grandfather’s office as a teen, learning how to make graphics on our first computer.
I am a self-taught graphic designer, but I apply design principles I’ve learned in college, throughout my career, and that one high school graphic design class I took in the 90s, to all of my design work.
I have a B.F.A. in Fashion Design and Marketing, and I’ve worked in the fashion industry for over 12 years, starting in product development and eventually transitioning into the design world.
I’ve worked with a wide variety of clients, from individuals just starting out to more established companies like Oakley, Eagle Creek, and Dickies.
I’ve developed apparel and accessories, designed prints, garments, and accessories, created tech packs and measurement specs for various products, edited lifestyle and product photos, created websites, catalogs, business cards, trade show media, styled photoshoots, created branding packages, and logos, and even taught children art lessons. But, for the past six years, I’ve worked primarily as a Textile/Graphic Designer, Writer, and Advocate.
My passion for epilepsy advocacy comes from living with the neurological disorder. I may be living with epilepsy but I am determined to continue to do the creative work I love and enjoy.