I am an illustrator, designer & printmaker in Detroit. Using my love of drawing, design, and printmaking, I create distinctive and memorable work that is charged with personality.
I work in digital and analog Illustration & design with a variety of clients, including small businesses, creative types, and nonprofits. I have a soft spot for projects that are expressed through screen printing - my style is heavily influenced by its process, and it's a medium that I love.
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, FoodLab, SplitLevel Texts, Chambray Records, Beautiful Soup, Ocelot Print Shop, Mast Shoes, Poison Berry Bakery
I make things. These things often start as drawings and usually end up as usable things. I screen print my products myself at Ocelot Print Shop, and I sew my items myself.
I offer one-on-one screen printing lessons through Ocelot Print Shop, and occasionally offer workshops there, too. Contact me if you're interested in learning more. I like teaching because it fosters collaboration and creates independence, and I like teaching screen printing because it's an empowering medium that encourages self-expression on an accessible and inclusive level.
IN MY FREE TIME
I like to sew, read, eat vegan nachos, and walk my dog Miguel. I also collect random, old, secondhand junk and create sculptures with them by hot glueing them together. One such sculpture was in an exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts (2014). To see other shows and things I've participated in, see my CV.