The last 9 years have been spent designing a little bit of everything- logos & branding, home decor, print ads, email marketing and everything in between. Here you will find a high level selection of some of my favorite projects.
Below: Red Pomegranate Designs is an annual project I have undertaken for the last 4 years. My original goal was to create fun greeting cards for my friends to send at Rosh Hashanah, since there aren’t a lot of options in a relatively small Jewish community like Portland. This past year was a real leap forward for the brand, ModernTribe.com offered them on their website and sales went international! “Let’s Party Like It’s 5777” was the surprise hit of the line.
Below: My work for Motosport is heavily web based, working on a mobile first responsive framework of design for web and email marketing.
Below: While working as a Graphic Artist at Creative Co-Op, I became responsible for the look and feel of the spin-off E-Commerce brand, Create-ologie. I had ownership of the web design, creating and implementing brand standards, as well as consistently contributed photography and styling for content marketing purposes. I also worked closely with the main photographer and stylist to accomplish the print ad campaigns that ran in the popular women’s magazine, Where Women Create, as sole designer and illustrator.
Below: Creating branding and original logos for small businesses is a passion project of mine. I have continued to serve freelance clients that I believe in over the past few years because I believe every business deserves solid design work- whether they are just getting off the ground or pivoting into the next phase of their journey.
Below: Serving the community is a priority for me, the invitation suites below were created for events in the Jewish community of Portland. I have worked closely with The Jewish Federation of Greater Portland on several occasions to create unique design experiences for their various events throughout the year. One goal of my designs with them was to create a suite of goods that could be easily handed off to their in-house designer to create the larger vision of event collateral after the invitations went out. I have enjoyed seeing our shared visions come to life in the form of fundraisers and learning events for the community at large.