A selection of clothing with artwork I created for Kohl's Jumping Beans children's line.
All product images and designs belong to Kohl's.
Thumbnail photo courtesy of Disney Baby.
Illustration created for my business cards.
Concept art for a story about a witch named Molly Dyer.
A poster I created for the 2018 Women's March in Milwaukee, WI. Photo credit goes to StudioK10.
A tarot card for my Dragon Age: Inquisition character, Tabitha.
Drawings of a character named Penelope.
Character designs for some Ghoul Scouts!
GIF of my trash witch character. She collects garbage and unwanted items to use for her spells.
Illustration for my wedding shower.
Digital sketch inspired by Evanescence's 'Synthesis' album.
A piece contributed to the Charmers of Halloween zine.
Sophie the vampire has just moved to a new dimension with her monster family, and she’s having trouble making friends. After seeing her strange clothing, spider backpack, and bringing her pet ghost into school for show and tell, her classmates don’t know what to think of her.
Sophie decides to throw a sleepover to try to make friends, but things go very wrong in Sophie’s haunted house!
Sophie’s Sleepover is a 32-page children’s book I wrote and illustrated for my undergraduate senior thesis project! The book took 3 months to create, and I’m very happy with the final result! The book will be on display from April 15th until May 14th at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, as a part of the 2016 Senior Exhibition.
Skate shirt concept designs (not actually produced)
The Art and Story of Lamplight is a concept art book I created for a class at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. During the course of a semester, the students in the class were asked to create a basic story for a video game, and then create environment and character concept art for the game.
The story I created is one about a society that is dependent on the planets and stars above them for stability in their lives and the social construct, but when the celestial beings become out of balance, a group of girls go on an adventure to fix the planets and (literally) save the world.
All of the artwork and page layouts for this book were created by me, and the book was printed via the company Lulu.
In addition, this book won 1st place in the Illustration division of MIAD's 'It's a Major Deal!' juried 2015 exhibition.
If you would like to view this book as a PDF, click here: The Art and Story of Lamplight PDF
Proposed designs for Colectivo's coffee cups.
my piece for the collaboration a group of Kohl's artists do every year with a local 2nd grade classroom! I got to draw Hamsterburg, aka a hamster who is also a hamburger and can fly.