Graphic Designer & Maker
Based in Houston, TX
I have always been interested in art and creating, mostly through drawing and painting. I grew up with a mom who read to me every night and a family that shared a passion for movies, television and going to museums so story telling has been a huge part of my life as well. In high school, I decided to take a class on graphic design which sealed my fate as a story-teller that solves problems through my art.
My main interests now include branding, packaging, editorial/print, 3D art, and crafting.
I joined the AIGA Houston board in May of 2020 as Social Media chair and transitioned into the Director of Communications role in July of 2022. I love being able to give back to my design community by sharing resources, events, and knowledge through AIGA.
I am currently employed at Interior Green International in Houston, TX as Creative Lead, where my focus is on bringing new clients and customer engagement. Working Directly with the CEO, I am in charge of maintaining the website for our B2C and B2B companies, as well as creating marketing and print materials, signage, and maintaining the brand.
In my role as designer for Bella Restaurants Group in Houston, TX, I was in charge of maintaining brand standards and creating brand assets for our various restaurant concepts. My main objectives include creating posters, coupons, menus, animation, social media, and photography.
From August 2018 to May 2019 I interned in the Office of IT at St. Edward’s University. In my role as Digital Design Specialist I lead the design of the new ATX Hack for Change Website and Brand Guidelines Book as well as producing posters and media for student and faculty IT campaigns.
From March to August in 2018, I had the opportunity to intern with Experimental Civics, a hackathon consulting company. As junior designer, I created event materials for clients, a brand guidelines book, pitch deck, infographic, and the ATX Hack for Change 2018 Impact Report.