Since joining the chorus in the fall of 2015, I've experienced the group's transformative and genuine positivity. A branding of the newly independent Indianapolis Women's Chorus was due. I worked with board members to develop a logo that spoke to the group's inclusive, feminine and powerful nature.
Noce Jazz Club Posters
My brother-in-law Max Wellman is the general manager (and frequent host) at Des Moines' newest jazz club, Noce. I've been working with him over the last few months to create a variety of event materials for all of their upcoming shows!
'Natural Hazard' set of icons created as part of a comprehensive icon project for our client.
My first official lettering job was for my favorite person, my sister. Katy and Max had the most beautiful wedding in October. I helped out with signage, print design, reception photography, and squeaked out a maid of honor speech. This was one of my favorite weekends.
365 Days of Type
I've followed Sabrina Smelko's work and blog for a while now, so I jumped at the chance to design a letter for her project: 365 Days of Type. Participants volunteered to design a specific number and Smelko posted designs each day of the year. I chose a number with nice parallels so I could experiment with flat structural planes.
Wabash Farmer's Market
The farmer’s market located in my hometown of Wabash, Indiana lacked a cohesive design strategy. Working alongside marketing directors I created a custom logotype, color palette, icon set, and various promotional print pieces to increase the market’s visibility on a community-wide level. Maintaining a level of sophistication while creating a hometown feel for the market was an important aspect of the design process.