I’m a self-taught artist with a diploma in interior design. My strength is curating existing elements and arranging them from a unique design perspective so the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. My designs have an offbeat edge that you’ll really dig if you like things a little weird.
My design skills have been showcased as a freelance designer for Betsy Burnham of Burnham Design; project manager and designer at Studio La Beauté; showroom manager at Reid & Lyons Decorative Trimmings; professional organizer at Positive Place Design, and as a junior designer at Kimberley Seldon Design Group.
My styling and art directing has been featured both in print and online for Lamps Plus and 55 Downing Street, and in print for Style at Home magazine. I’ve created blog and video content for major home retailers, and I’m a regular contributor to the Lamps Plus Style Illuminated blog.
My art has been commissioned for album covers, apparel graphics, and private collections. I’ve taught collage art classes at an urban art collective, and sell art prints and blank greeting cards in my Etsy shop.
And on top of all this art and design? I’ve got a thing for organization. I’m a professional organizer whose clients include the Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto’s CHFI FM98.1 radio.
My passion and creativity flow from God, and my faith is central to what I do and how I do it. (Fun fact: I toured the US, Canada, and Taiwan for a year as a vocalist with a music ministry.)
I currently service the Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, and Waco areas in person, and offer virtual design services throughout Canada and the US. Here’s how we can work together.