Identity system created for Silverman Productions - an integrated producer of commercials and brilliant advertising pieces. You can learn more about what she does here.
The documentary film, Represent, follows two parallel stories of women stepping up for the first time to run for local office across the Midwest: Myya Jones, a 22-year-old recent graduate running for Mayor of Detroit, and Bryn Bird, a produce farmer in rural Ohio fighting for progressive values as township trustee. Represent sets these deeply personal stories of triumph and tragedy against a backdrop of the current women’s movement for equal representation in our democracy.
As a part of the Represent movement I was tasked with designing a poster & yard sign to help get out the message that we need more women in office in the US. I wanted to create something that felt bipartisan and spoke to the need of more balanced representation of the sexes in politics.
Learn more about the Represent Film here
Making An Artist is a podcast, hosted by Shanna Shrum (Creator of Life of the Pahty & coach to women identified creators), that strives to inspire, explore the creative process and redefine what being a "successful" artist means.
When creating the podcast art for Making An Artist it was important to create a visual that would stand out when scrolling through small podcast thumbnails in iTunes. The use of bright yellow, blue & magenta registers with visual creatives familiar with CMYK color modes - and the iconography of overlapping lightbulbs represents the coming together of creative ideas.
You can listen to Making An Artist & learn more about Shanna here
You can listen to the episode featuring Jessika here
A monthly variety show featuring comedy, cocktials & feminisim produced & hosted by Alicia Swiz.
Alicia needed branding that resonated with the cozy bar atmosphere that she hosts her monthly show in, while avoiding making the branding feel overly feminine or exclusionary.
Check out a FHH event and learn more about their mission here
Branding Identity / Logo
As a professional makeup artist Morgan needed a logo that represented her craft and the upscale nature of her clientele. Playing off of the shape of a makeup compact and using watercolors to represent her artistry this logo was given an extra edge during the printing process with custom gold foil.
You can check out Morgan's amazing work here
As a true child of the 90’s - I had an obsession with tuning in every Sunday night to see what new conspiracy Mulder & Scully would uncover on The X-Files. My love for the show has never gone away - and my admiration for the character of Dana Scully has only grown as I come to realize what a powerful role model she’s been for myself and girls everywhere.
I started this project as an excuse to do some regular sketching exercises - and from there it became a full fledged project. A visual evolution of the copper locks & 90’s hairstyles of Scully - Scully Hair Don’t Care can be found in it’s entirety on Instagram and for the super-fans, Scully Hair merch can be found here.
As a premiere cosmetic dermatology & regenerative medicine clinic Dr. Laura wanted to update his branding to represent his upscale practice with an emphasis on employing the newest technology available.
What developed was a clean and classic logo that could be implemented across social media, his website & any print collateral needed. This project included scaled versions of the logo to function across platforms but also developed a visual style guide for the brand, as well as art direction for his stock photography library and front-end design of his website.
Mia is an influencer, educator and advocate for the normalization of cannabis and it's properties for wellness.
For her logo she wanted something that reflected the modern and fast-growing world of the cannabis industry. When creating this logo I was inspired by her surroundings in Denver, and played with clean geometric forms along with a color palette that resonates trust and approachablility.
Lackluster is a lifestyle brand created by Lachrista Greco (founder of @GuerrlliaFeminism) as a dreamscape of beauty and wellness for people who wanna do stuff sometimes.
Lachrista wanted branding that could span across various social media channels and represented the love/hate relationship women have with the beauty world.
Learn more about Lackluster & Lachrista's work here
A local Chicago publication, Image Magazine focused on the happenings around the city with highlights around nightlife and fashion. Over my time with Image as their Art Director and Designer I reformatted the magazine to a new size and re-developed it's look and feel.