“Our life is composed greatly from dreams, from the unconscious, and they must be brought into connection with action. They must be woven together.” ― Anaïs Nin
Selected Portfolio Samples
View larger • I worked with Karla Morgan to launch Carmelita Community Health, guiding her through the naming process before developing branding and a website for her new business. I selected earth tones for her palette to bring to mind the grounded ways of traditional healers, creating a warm aesthetic that suggests the nurturing and healing powers of nature. Images of fresh, healthy foods connect to the mission of providing nutritional guidance.
Graphic Design & Layout
View larger | I created this informational postcard for the Jack and Jill Portland Willamette Valley Chapter when their website was launched. The soft colors of the brand juxtaposed with the powerful tagline reflect both the love and the strength required to nurture the next generation of African-American youth to leadership.
View larger | Accurate Investigation Services needed an updated and professional one sheet for clients and leads. I designed a modern, user-friendly sales and marketing piece, incorporating clean fonts, a customized pricing chart, and a geometric design element in brand colors.
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View larger | When I developed the brand identity for Vibrant Seniors Events, I incorporated bright colors beloved by the owner. I migrated the original WordPress site to Squarespace, infusing the new website with the eye-catching color palette. I also moved online ticketing from Eventbrite to Squarespace, adding a Call to Action button on the homepage to drive sales.
View larger | I created this website focused on the advocacy and membership components of CALCRA, a nonprofit representing residents of Continuing Care Retirement Communities. Because the site primarily targets an older audience, accessibility and readability were important considerations. I added generous white space and increased the font size to improve the user experience of CALCRA members, the site's most frequent visitors.