Getting up in front of strangers, family, and friends to talk about myself or my work is always challenging task for me personally. However, every time, I rise above my fear of public presentation and share what's in my head and heart. Or I make a video about it!
I was happy to design this fun logo to help Richland School District One promote their free summer food program. The program enables kids preschool to high school age to get much-needed meals during the summer break.
These type study posters were always my favorite project in grad school.
Letters to Heaven program was designed to help residents of a retirement home in the grieving process. Participants each received a sky lantern to write messages to their deceased loved one. At the end of the ceremony, the lanterns were released, carrying their message with them to the heavens.
I was honored to be a part by illustrating and designing the look for this special program.
Part of my creative process is to develop a tool kit (a "box") of textures, images and type that I could draw from when designing and creating new projects. A when time comes, I pull those things (along with my writing) together. Using the tools to convey ideas, here are a sampling of posters I created—reactions and thoughts about everything and nothing. This is a practice I plan to continue.
A fun logo design for a local cake and dessert maker.
As Creative Director at the South Carolina Bar (Association, not watering hole), I get to work on projects individually and as a team memeber to create pieces that help attorneys in their profession and aid the public in legal education and various public service programs. Whether I'm serving as art director or lead designer, the work is rewarding.