I am a freelance graphic designer based out of Colorado. My adventure originally started off by heading to the western slope of Colorado to pursue a degree in Athletic Training but ended up changing schools and degrees. I completed my BFA at Metropolitan State University of Denver. My two passions had always been athletics and art. I ended up taking huge leap and signed up for graphic design courses instead of more anatomy classes and here I am! 

 

I like keeping things simple and clean with a shot of quirky on the side. I lean more on the print design side
of graphic design, my love for strong and timeless typefaces mixed with handwritten or calligraphy styled
fonts make me smile. I enjoy inspiration from older techniques like letterpress posters and calligraphy written invitations or notes. There is something about holding a physical piece of paper that someone poured their
heart and soul into that makes me appreciate it so much more. Just like the older techniques graphic design
takes time and I want to put the time to pour my heart and soul into working with you..

 
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A few fun facts about me:

I am a Colorado native. 

I have two dogs: an Australian Shepherd, Ranger and recently adopted an Australian Shepherd mix from Boulder Humane Society, Ellie. Dog hair is an accessory in my house. 

I am a Junior Olympic and Xcel gymnastics team coach. Sharing my passion of gymnastics with the next generation has been an amazing opportunity. 

Clutter makes me cringe.

I wish I had a green thumb with my plants but I can only keep succulents alive. So naturally my house is full of succulents. 

I am a 200 hour RYT. 

I taught myself how to do calligraphy. 

I love podcasts; shout out to the ladies of Wine + Crime for keeping it real! Up and Vanished keeps me on my toes trying to solve the mystery with Payne Lindsey. And a new favorite that a mentor of mine suggested, Goal Digger!

I am a Netflix junkie when I am not working or spending time outside (Parks and Rec is my go-to). 

I carry a Leuchtturm notebook or a Field Notes book almost everywhere.