My experiences in the worlds of design, public programming, exhibitions, and art education equip me with a unique collection of skills and a valuable lens in which to view your next project.
I offer a variety of services, including design, copywriting/editing, print production, grant writing, public programming idea and resource development, community outreach, exhibit development, creative strategy, and project management.
Students new to the Master of Arts in Museum and Exhibition Studies program at the University of Illinois at Chicago use this 44-page book as a guide to their studies.
A half-page Chicago Reader ad was designed to promote the new Master of Arts in Museum and Exhibition Studies program at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
This booklet was designed to help educate parents about the Leave No Child Inside Initiative, which promotes the benefits to children of outdoor play in nature.
Eighteen banners featuring African American leaders were designed for an exhibition at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum. The eight-foot-tall banners were displayed from the ceiling of the Hull-House dining room.
More than fifty wall and case labels were designed for the Newberry Library exhibit Mapping Manifest Destiny: Chicago and the American West, part of Chicago’s Festival of Maps.
The 2008 directory cover was designed to help volunteers at the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust stay connected.
This double-gatefold map and art education activity was designed in conjunction with Takeover, the opening exhibition at the new Hyde Park Art Center.
This 52-page program catalog was designed for Urban Gateways: Center for Arts Education, a non-profit arts organization based in Chicago.
This carry card was created for the Newberry Library exhibit Ptolemy’s Geography and Renaissance Mapmakers, part of Chicago’s Festival of Maps.
A letterpress wedding invitation doubles as a CD case, but carries wedding details and RSVP card inside instead of your favorite tunes.
Wedding invitation designed to evoke nature, growth, and simple elegance. Main card and inserts were placed inside a brown, pocket-fold envelope and tied with green Raffia.