Recent projects have included (but not limited to): Create/set up web sites and complementary social media channels for marketing purposes. Setting up email marketing platforms. UI/UX, accessibility. Web content management. Logos: conceptualization, original artwork, and production in Adobe Illustrator. Large-scale mural design. All aspects of publications and materials production: graphic conceptualization, design, content editing, layout, and prepress (book covers, flyers, posters, banners, invitations/stationery, t-shirt design, typography, etc.). Product photography.


In 1998, I taught myself Linux, PHP, and HTML before seguing into Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, CSS, Flash, and Javascript. Encouraged by enough of my friends who saw my potential to be a tabloid photo compositor, I surrounded myself with talented professionals, finessing my abilities into something respectable with coursework through the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Graphic Design & Visual Communication Professional Certificate Program.

I have since developed, designed and maintained web sites and print publications at UCSB, and have served as a member of UCSB’s Web Standards Group. I have been invited to consult on projects for logo design and web design, and have led training workshops in content management, database management, and social media practices.

I earned a B.A. with honors in Anthropology (Cultural Emphasis) from UCSB, and have an A.A. with honors in both Cultural Anthropology and Liberal Studies. I am a current member of The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).

My favorite color is green.


Located in Santa Barbara, CA.