Published Work

Work for VERTICAL Tampa Bay Magazine:


This is an article and illustration of mine published in VERTICAL’s 4-year anniversary issue. I also assisted with the cover photoshoot on set. I’ll admit–it’s pretty fly. View the full issue & editorial here.

These are price tags created for VERTICAL Tampa Bay’s publisher’s event Shop Leslie Joy’s Closet. Her style gravitates towards 60s and 70s era styles, and so I wanted to reflect that with some groovy colorful flowers.




As Assistant to Publisher at VERTICAL, I had the opportunity to publish weekly blog posts for the website. Click through the above photos for a few of my favorites, or view the archive of my posts here.

Work for Lewiston-Auburn Magazine:

Monthly Calendar Design:

Above are a few of the calendars I have designed so far for L-A Magazine, a monthly publication about the cities Lewiston and Auburn, Maine.

Maine Maple Sunday Magazine Layout for L-A Magazine:

Work for The Dempsey Challenge:

For the 2012 Dempsey Challenge, I was able to design the t-shirts sold through their website in partnership with GoodThreads. My personal favorite is the bridge design (and not just because it took the most time to complete).

This was a design created for The Dempsey Challenge for a Wind X-treme piece (Watch this video to see what exactly a Wind X-treme headpiece is.) that would be sold to race participants. The top design was one of my favorites, while the bottom one was the final design chosen to be sold at the race. Created in Illustrator.


Work for The Fashion Cookbook blog & Fleur Enfant Etsy store:



For this project, I was asked to redesign the aesthetic of the blog The Fashion Cookbook. Her style is very feminine and floral with an emphasis on the handmade (she even makes her own flower crowns), and so I wanted to design something that incorporated those aspects. I painted the type of the links and the blog title with watercolors and then translated them on the computer. For the blog’s header, I used the hand drawn text and created a collage of scanned images. For her flower crown Etsy shop, Fleur Enfant, I kept a similar aesthetic and placed more emphasis on the flowers. The entire blog can be viewed at



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