I am a multi-disciplinary designer with experience in print, environmental graphics, signage, exhibit design, and web design + development. Typography and attention to detail are central to my design aesthetic.
As a self-taught web developer, I build websites for a variety of clients including non-profit organizations and small businesses and have also worked on interactive exhibits for museums. I’m constantly learning and love the challenge of figuring out how to solve new problems with code.
Interactive exhibit for the Laredo Water Museum that estimates your daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly water usage based on a series of questions about how you consume water at home. An animated gauge shows you how different answers affect your usage in real time, and results are graphed at the end to show where your usage is highest.
The organization transforming Houston’s most significant natural resource needed a website to showcase their efforts, but also include programming for one of the city’s largest public green spaces. I adapted an interactive Google Map that was developed for an app to show the amenities and landmarks within the parks.
Portfolio for an architecture studio based in McAllen, Texas.
Website for a Houston-based public relations firm with a 25-year history of connecting clients to individuals, businesses, and communities.
Website for a nonprofit that provides early childhood programs to Houston’s economically at-risk children and their families
New website launched with the rebrand of a local Houston law firm.
Inprint's website showcases the multitude of programs and events offered to Houston’s readers and writers.
The Kinder Foundation provides transformational grants focused on the Greater Houston area that support urban parks and green spaces, education, and quality of life.
The Mercer Society provides financial support to the Mercer Botanic Gardens in Houston, TX. Their role and online presence has been crucial as the gardens recover following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey.
Weights + Measures is a restaurant, bar, and bakeshop that aims to create a comfortable, sincere, and welcoming place for Houstonians. The 1970s—the golden age of dinner parties and analog computers with punchcard input—serves as the point of inspiration for the brand and space. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
Poster for Rice Design Alliance/Rice School of Architecture’s Spring 2014 Lecture Series presenting four international firms whose provocative work addresses the viewr with an increased sense of immediacy. Client: Rice Design Alliance. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
This RDA/RSA Lecture Series investigated new practices within architecture that showcased the architect as not merely a respondent, but as an active agent capable of building new ideas and languages as they relate to the city, the environment, and geography. By focusing on these architects and thinkers, the series established a new commons—a ground for forging new and more productive relationships between aesthetics and engagement. Client: Rice Design Alliance. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
Promotional materials for the 2015/16 Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, which brings award-winning writers of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction to Houston every year. Client: Inprint. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
Published twice a year by Houston Center for Photography, Spot Magazine features award-winning interviews and commentary on photography and photo-based exhibitions in Texas and beyond. Understated typography lets the photography be the centerpiece. Client: Houston Center for Photography. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
This commemorative biennial report celebrates Robert L. Moody’s philanthropic efforts as chairman of the Foundation, while marking the next generation’s commitment to carry on his legacy of philanthropy. Client: Moody Foundation. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
I worked on digital signage interfaces, environmental supergraphics, and donor recognition for the Midtown Arts + Theater Center, Houston (MATCH). The striker patterns on matchboxes serve as the inspiration for the visual identity. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
Downtown is a quarterly publication produced by Downtown District that is part city magazine, part guide dining, bars, and events. Topical editorials and profiles related to Houston's downtown, and a comprehensive dining guide and datebook share info on things to do and places to go downtown. Client: Houston Downtown Management District. Studio: CORE Design Studio.
Printed maps and physical signage for Buffalo Bayou Park in Houston, Texas. Client: Buffalo Bayou Partnership. Studio: CORE Design Studio
Senior Designer / Web Developer
BFA Graphic Communications
August 2007–May 2011