I founded Pretty Picture Club in April 2017 as a means to connect with illustrators in the otherwise isolated career of freelancing.
What started as a social group quickly became an international collective of illustrators, working to enrich and elevate each others' careers and share art created under monthly themes.
Following LinkedIn's acquisition of the online learning company Lynda, there was a need to refine Lynda's visual identity to improve user experience.
As part of the thumbnail team, I worked using a set of established brand standards and guidelines to create course thumbnails for a variety of topics.
Monster Dads is a concept for a children's book series about dads doing silly things.
Work created for personal development and entertainment.
Chris and Becky wanted to create a stationery suite for their wedding that celebrated their personalities and offered out-of-town guests a preview of the sights in the area around their venue.
An illustration of the soon-to-be newlyweds was created as the stylistic starting point. From there, a large foldout invitation was designed, featuring a minimal cartoon-style map of the San Diego coastline and the various points of interest the couple wanted to feature. An RSVP card and thank you card were also created, using the same palette and text style as the invitation.
Illustration series as a celebration of space exploration.
Illustration triptych evoking various mid-century science fiction tin toys.
Screen printed in January 2017 as an edition of 50.
A2 poster tribute to the cult classic Super Nintendo game, Earthbound.
Pixel art created to promote social media engagement and hone my skills.
Blackjackalope is a boutique craft studio creating southwestern greeting cards and paper goods for a modern audience. The creator wanted to combine their passion for both the southwest and modern design into a coherent launch product line.
The logo was designed with a simple silhouette in order to translate cleanly to small formats such as stamps and 1" envelope seal stickers. A greeting card line was designed to pair paper cutting and printed line art for a vibrant three-dimensional effect. The same colors and cut paper hallmarks were also continued to a minimalist desktop calendar.