Illustrations created for an e-book for Prose Media called White Papers & E-Books: The Fast Track to Lead Generation & Thought Leadership, which highlights the basic elements needed to craft white-papers and e-books.
Informational posters created for teacher's classrooms. Concept Corner is a supplemental resource that supports students and teachers in grades K-11 who are using the Pearson System of Courses for Mathematics. Concept Corner makes it possible for teachers and students to explore additional written explanations, videos, and sample problems that correspond with the key mathematical concepts that shape their classroom work.
Business cards created for People Food, a Los Angeles-based baking company that uses all-natural ingredients.
Illustrated llama created for Mr. Moon, a Twitch streamer.
Logo created for Mia Bridal Couture in Houston, Texas.
Invitation for a bachelorette party in Galveston, Texas.
Album cover created and illustrated for Meg & Dia Frampton, an American rock band from Salt Lake City, Utah. Listen to the album, Cocoon, here. All of the objects used to create the album design were found in my front yard or at a local thrift store.
High Note Jam logo created for the Greater Jackson Arts Council in Jackson, MS. Each year, the GJAC partners with the Mississippi Museum of Art to stage free public concerts in the museum's Art Garden. An eclectic assortment of musicians-ranging in styles from bluegrass to hip-hop-display their talents on the outdoor stage. Guitar painted by Wyatt Waters.
Mailer brochure created for Journey Summer Camp hosted by Grace Community Church in Auburn, WA. This summer camp's theme was inspired by Walden, by Henry David Thoreau.
Poster and logo created for Week for Chocolate in Georgetown, DC. For a week, customers could enjoy chocolate-inspired food, drinks, and dessert specials offered by Georgetown merchants when they purchased a Week for Chocolate badge from SalesVote. 10% of designated badge sales were donated to the Georgetown Ministry Center.
This infographic for Joshua Venture Group's Dual Investment Program highlights the applicant pool and the ventures behind their visions.
Every two years, Joshua Venture Group selects Fellows for its Dual Investment Program - designed to nurture the next generation of Jewish activists, intellectuals, and community builders by providing the support they need to put their dreams into action. Each Fellow recieves $80,000 in unrestricted funding and over $20,000 in personalized coaching, training, and networking.