girl_magnifying_glass.jpg
       
     
flowers.jpg
       
     
 Stag beetle pattern. This took a long time, and I went through at least 5 micron pens to make it. If you look closely you can see lighter areas where I started to run out of ink, but I think it adds to the charm. One of the few things I have made that I hang on my wall.
       
     
 Illustration of the Harrisburg skyline and impromptu photo shoot helpers.
       
     
 An illustration for a family health article about childhood eczema.
       
     
 Event poster I made for the central PA AIGA chapter. This was a fun project because it was a perfect excuse to get out all of my paints, spray mount, micron pens and acrylics- the smell of college! First, I layered music paper and clear acrylic onto a board. Then, I painted the pastoral scene onto it. Separately, I painted scraps of paper, cut and layered them together with spray mount. Finally, I cut out the letters with my exacto knife and glued them in place. Lettering on the bottom right was done in photoshop.
       
     
 Illustration for an article in TheBurg.
       
     
 Facet illustration. I found an old book at my library that includes diagrams and instructions for cutting diamonds. The name of this cut is called "diablo" and this is how I imagine it would look if it were dimensional instead of a flat diagram.
       
     
 Acrylic illustration of Representative Patty Kim.
       
     
 My interpretation of a writers group.
       
     
 A Mother's Day present for my mom. An illustration of her sweet dog, Stella!
       
     
poppiepattern.jpg
       
     
 An illustration of Eric Papenfuse, mayor of Harrisburg. This accompanied an article that began by referring to a Rorschach test.
       
     
 This was an unused mark that I lovingly refer to as the "dunk bunny" logo.
       
     
 Thoreau quote as chalkboard art created for the interior of  Smoke BBQ.
       
     
 Birth announcement of Byron, my nephew, who is growing like a weed.
       
     
girl_magnifying_glass.jpg
       
     
flowers.jpg
       
     
 Stag beetle pattern. This took a long time, and I went through at least 5 micron pens to make it. If you look closely you can see lighter areas where I started to run out of ink, but I think it adds to the charm. One of the few things I have made that I hang on my wall.
       
     

Stag beetle pattern. This took a long time, and I went through at least 5 micron pens to make it. If you look closely you can see lighter areas where I started to run out of ink, but I think it adds to the charm. One of the few things I have made that I hang on my wall.

 Illustration of the Harrisburg skyline and impromptu photo shoot helpers.
       
     

Illustration of the Harrisburg skyline and impromptu photo shoot helpers.

 An illustration for a family health article about childhood eczema.
       
     

An illustration for a family health article about childhood eczema.

 Event poster I made for the central PA AIGA chapter. This was a fun project because it was a perfect excuse to get out all of my paints, spray mount, micron pens and acrylics- the smell of college! First, I layered music paper and clear acrylic onto a board. Then, I painted the pastoral scene onto it. Separately, I painted scraps of paper, cut and layered them together with spray mount. Finally, I cut out the letters with my exacto knife and glued them in place. Lettering on the bottom right was done in photoshop.
       
     

Event poster I made for the central PA AIGA chapter. This was a fun project because it was a perfect excuse to get out all of my paints, spray mount, micron pens and acrylics- the smell of college! First, I layered music paper and clear acrylic onto a board. Then, I painted the pastoral scene onto it. Separately, I painted scraps of paper, cut and layered them together with spray mount. Finally, I cut out the letters with my exacto knife and glued them in place. Lettering on the bottom right was done in photoshop.

 Illustration for an article in TheBurg.
       
     

Illustration for an article in TheBurg.

 Facet illustration. I found an old book at my library that includes diagrams and instructions for cutting diamonds. The name of this cut is called "diablo" and this is how I imagine it would look if it were dimensional instead of a flat diagram.
       
     

Facet illustration. I found an old book at my library that includes diagrams and instructions for cutting diamonds. The name of this cut is called "diablo" and this is how I imagine it would look if it were dimensional instead of a flat diagram.

 Acrylic illustration of Representative Patty Kim.
       
     

Acrylic illustration of Representative Patty Kim.

 My interpretation of a writers group.
       
     

My interpretation of a writers group.

 A Mother's Day present for my mom. An illustration of her sweet dog, Stella!
       
     

A Mother's Day present for my mom. An illustration of her sweet dog, Stella!

poppiepattern.jpg
       
     
 An illustration of Eric Papenfuse, mayor of Harrisburg. This accompanied an article that began by referring to a Rorschach test.
       
     

An illustration of Eric Papenfuse, mayor of Harrisburg. This accompanied an article that began by referring to a Rorschach test.

 This was an unused mark that I lovingly refer to as the "dunk bunny" logo.
       
     

This was an unused mark that I lovingly refer to as the "dunk bunny" logo.

 Thoreau quote as chalkboard art created for the interior of  Smoke BBQ.
       
     

Thoreau quote as chalkboard art created for the interior of Smoke BBQ.

 Birth announcement of Byron, my nephew, who is growing like a weed.
       
     

Birth announcement of Byron, my nephew, who is growing like a weed.