Positive, a story of love and abortion, is "a traditional narrative film where the themes are what challenge the audience... a movie where abortion is not a condemning choice, but a personal decision." Directed by Liz Lewis, I designed and produced the logo, invitation, and credits to reflect the look and feel of the film.
Page layout, typography, and illustrations from my time as production intern at The Portland Mercury and as art director at The Rearguard.
Uncle Jess and Doctor Kueber make unique, herbal brews. The beer flavors are derived from ancient recipes found all around the world. Described in mythological, religious, and other early records, the recipes use herbs that have natural medicinal properties and create an alternative and experimental taste.
What is creativity? No one has a universal answer, but, as visual artists, writers, and problem solvers, we can each define creativity and creative process for ourselves. Portland Art Museum hosts Inventing the Undefined: a week of lectures, tours, and workshops exploring the evolving concept of creativity.
Created for Be Honest, Friends of Graphic Design’s annual portfolio review, this sparkling alphabet is a little bit New York, New York and a little bit wild wild west.
Roundness is an intentional community, autonomous feminist quintet, and my home. This installation, a representation of our living spaces, focused on how designed objects intersect with the realization and construction of personal identity. Activities and viewable pieces included zine making, motion graphics, people watching, typographic pillows, furniture, and conversation.
Even when abstract, restroom signage is always saying something about gender. Prompted by large, graphic statements, viewers are given magnets as a platform to give the old icons new meaning. The magnets are not a solution to the lack of truth in restroom symbols, but are a way to begin questioning the way design effects our lives.
Volare is an aerial arts and motion company located in NE Portland providing the community with an alternative way to be fit. Volare teaches a wide range of classes from ballet and hip hop to pilates and aerial acrobatics.
With the rise of technology and the frequency of which jobs and locations change, humans can easily isolate themselves. By examining my own experience, I suggest two key subjects for the viewer to explore in relationship to themself: community and history.
What are jeggings? A blend between jeans and leggings. But are jeggings pants? Can they be defined? Or are they just a blend?