I Independently conceptualized and executed visual solutions for clients across multiple platforms + products while collaborating with marketers and sales on a weekly basis. Our latest project consisted of a brand overhaul which included updates to various pitch decks, website content and various stationery pieces with our new look and feel.
I’ve managed various contractors to facilitate workloads to while simultaneously sustaining multiple projects and regular duties.
Set up press files as well as communicated and negotiate pricing with printers.
Various Clients (2015 - Present)
Conceptualize and executed various logo-work and illustrations for both print and web.
Columbia College Chicago
Art + Design - BFA (2012 - 2014)
College of DuPage
Graphic Design (2009 - 2012)
Adobe Creative Suite, illustration, print design, print-making, basic understanding of CSS/HTML, deadline management, prioritizing, teamwork and attention to detail.
A friend of mine who I was fortunate enough to meet through Social Media reached out to interview me about my process behind design and other tid bits surrounding Art + Music.
In 2016 I did an interview and photoshoot for Urban Outfitters to discuss my upcoming collaboration with UO as well as my thoughts on my creative process.
A writer for the paper 'The Columbia Chronicle' published by my alma mater reached out to popular artists to gather there opinions on pop-culture and how 'Iconoclastic Cartoons Character's' like Bart Simpson have been trending in the fine art community.
Triple 6 Chicago was a gallery show built to showcase and celebrate like-minded artists in the city. 18 artists were chosen to paint 6 motorcycle tanks, 6 motorcycle helmets, and 6 skateboard decks.
The Cool Party was a group show at Chop Shop located in Wicker Park Chicago which benefited Streetwise Chicago which helps empower those facing homelessness or at risk of homelessness by providing access to the resources and employment opportunities so individuals can work toward self-sufficiency with dignity.
The Peanut Gallery was a group show inspired by Charlie Brown.
Group show featuring Bootleg Bart pieces shown by artists across the country during Be Street Weekend Paris; a Hybrid-Festival celebrating urban culture through art, music, style and skateboarding.
Group show run by Lines & Strokes. 12 artists took on 12 different Marvel characters in framed one-offs or a limited set of prints were made for sale. Marvel artist Lee Townsend was in attendance drawing.