I design, create, analyze, organize, plan, develop, read, write, post, travel, and more. Currently self-employed, I work as a Design, Analytics, and Marketing consultant with numerous, exciting companies and individuals. Outside of that, I’m most likely wandering the world, podcasting, or learning. Keep scrolling to read more about me and see some of my work. If you would like to hire me for your next project, click here. Thanks for visiting!
Below you will find some of my most recent work in Design and Analytics as well as other projects that I have been recently pursuing. As you explore, you will notice that I tend to lean towards a minimal, modern aesthetic with a focus on practicality and user experience. Ideally, I love working with clients that share this sentiment – however, I do enjoy a challenge and the opportunity to collaborate with others that have a different perspective than myself.
Creating a brand for myself came fairly easy – especially since I love simple and modern with no color. Ultimately what I created was the mirrored L’s – symbolic of my creative right brain and analytical left brain joining together. Check out my Brand Board to see all my inspiration in one spot.
As a student at University of Denver, I volunteered for a program called Half the Sky Fair. I was tasked with refreshing the brand for the year to generate more interest in the event being held at the university. In the end, I chose to go with a more modern logo than they had in the past accompanied with a eye-catching flyer that was distributed all over campus. See the full flyer PDF here.
Being passionate about travel is probably an understatement. I live to travel and document it all on my blog, complete with my amateur photography. With 21 countries under my belt, I hope to bring my readers simplified and concise recommendations for each city they hope to visit or revisit in their futures.
If you want to listen to me and my good friend Ava talk about living a life of automation, then check out our podcast called Automate that Shit. Each week we explore different technologies, applications, subscriptions, and services that help people convenience their lives and free up their time. If you would like to support our official launch, click here to purchase a t-shirt.