Graphic designer. Photographer. Lover of obscure television references. Check out my work below.
Original designs and animation for PEOPLE Magazine and Entertainment Weekly.
An original magazine design featuring two articles about famous conspiracy theories, and one interview with a theorist.
Branding and packaging design for an original art store. White Label is an art supplier which places an emphasis on the customer experience, encouraging them to test everything before they buy.
Original brand and packaging for a line of hair products designed for men. Each product is based on a decade in which they were popular.
An experimental title sequence for the 2015 film "Amy" which follows the life and career of the late Amy Winehouse.
Awarded Gold in the Graphis New Talent Competition 2017.
Original concept, branding, and print design for "Film Foolies," the 46th annual Penn State Film Follies. Film Follies was founded by Lanny Sommese as the Penn State Graphic Design annual showcase. Responsible for the logo design and art direction of the show.
An app that serves as a virtual slush fund for roommates, friends, or co-workers. Designed and animated in collaboration with Maddy Beard.
A five-spread high fashion editorial following an original story of a girl who lives in the room of lost & found.
Awarded Silver in the Graphis New Talent Competition 2017.
A short video showcasing my summer internship experience as a Print Design Intern at the iconic House of Chanel.
Original packaging design for Sssauced - a line of alcoholic gourmet ice cream sauces.
Logo designs for a number of clients including the 2016 Movin' On Music Festival, the GPSA, and the 2016 Penn State Dance Marathon.
A menu rebrand of the restaurant Letterman's Sports Bar in State College, PA. The branding redefines the typical "Sports Bar" by placing an emphasis on female athletes.
Thank you for checking out my work! I'm a design student at the incredibly cold Penn State University who has dreamt of being a pop star, fashion photographer, and the commentator for women's gymnastics at the Olympics. While those all sound great, none of them can best my love for graphic design.