The fun thing about working at a startup food company (Rawxies) is that I get to dabble with food photography. I’m in charge of our social media so I get to plan when and what we post (you should definitely check out our super cute instagram). Below are some pictures from work. Moose gets to… Continue reading Fun Food Photos
Last time you saw this logo it was light gray and bright yellow. (I’m a sucker for that color combo). Scroll down to see where it started. Well, it’s taken a complete overhaul. //Insert lightning crash here// Literally. Lightning Productions is now the black and silver look of your well known movie production logos. Sierra… Continue reading logo progress | lightning productions
I’ve recently signed on with a not-for-profit organization that is publishing a book about printmaking. I was really excited when they reached out to me (out of the blue) and offered me this opportunity. It ended up being a KU connection. Just another reason being good to the people you meet can pay off later… Continue reading the making of a book
Designing quick projects like logos and flyers can be a fun way to have a spurt of creativity. I love the things I make for my job at Rawxies.com, but I like having a change of pace. This week I’m working on a product called R Guard (by Prosoco) that is used in construction to… Continue reading Training Materials Design: Prosoco
Design is never a one step project. It’s more like 23953 steps plus endless snacks. Upcoming projects: logo for Lightning Productions (Youtube channel coming 2016) book design + layout for printmaking book (awesome) magazine layout for a fellow foodie and beautician. Stay tuned.
You’re probably wondering why I decided to greet you with a quote about cereal. I’ll tell you: 1. I actually really love cereal….alot. I eat it all the time. I mix and match (one cereal is too boring). Did you know there are gluten free cheerios in the world now? Life changed. 2. The quote… Continue reading My Workspace | Inspired by Color
Happy Monday! “A loving heart is the truest wisdom.” Charles Dickens