Project Coordinator & Administrative Assistant
I started my career in the creative industry in 2008 at a small, local photography studio in my hometown. In 2009 I attended the Art Institute of Boston, now Lesley College of Art and Design, where I intended on majoring with a B.A. in Photography. I transferred to Framingham State University in 2012 and graduated in May 2014 with a B.A. in Communications.
I moved to Utah in August of 2018 and promptly began working here at Theory Brand Agency. I got to use all my skills I’ve acquired through the years — from photographing new products and samples to designing logos and artwork for custom promotional pieces.
Vector illustration / icon design
Photo manipulation / photo editing
Adobe Creative Suite
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Lightroom
Microsoft Office Suite
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel
Designed insert for nation-wide launch of a new product line for a premium chicken brand
Designed all the elements for a national tequila campaign
Love of Learning
*Based on the VA Institute of Character
FEATURED DESIGN PROJECTS
MARVELL TRIVIA BATTLE ROYALE
To boost morale and camaraderie, Marvell decided to create a trivia game between their partners. They wanted to create an entire theme around their trivia battle royale, so I designed this emblem which I used in a variety of designs including:
- Email marketing
- PowerPoint templates
- Competition bracket
- Physical award
It was a fun challenge to hone my illustration skills and to create a gold color scheme that would work well on screen and in print, since we only had the option to use four color process.
PERDUE FARMS SEED CARD
I designed an insert card for Perdue Farms which went with the launch of their new direct-to-consumer ordering service. They wanted to bring some light to the worldwide bee crisis by offering a special wildflower mix. I ran with that idea to create a hexagon pattern which house the talking points they wanted to include. In the background is their brand yellow. I decided to include a transparent pattern overlay of their animal icons in order to break it up a bit since yellow is such a strong color.
It was a fun experience to design something for a brand that I grew up with back on the East Coast!