I just can’t put some of these projects away. So they stay here so you can enjoy them too. Can’t get enough? Here’s my full portfolio from a few years ago. It’s in Flash.

coffee poster
liz and chris' wedding
blue lunch cd cover
todd and lacey's wedding
todd and lacey's wedding
todd and lacey's wedding
nashville wedding
lords of the highway cd cover

A poster design I created as a gift for my husband. In saving for our dream house, I was somehow able to give up an entire month of Starbucks coffee!

coffee poster

Wedding invitation for friends. This was a custom illustration I created and the bride, a very crafty girl of her own right, screen printed the invitations herself.

liz and chris' wedding

CD cover for Blue Lunch, a local blues band. I loved working on this cd, I created the custom illustrations of the musical instruments and the faux wood background. Harvey Pekar wrote the liner notes!

blue lunch

Wedding invitation for friends. Todd and Lacey are an awesome couple and I wanted to design something BIG for them, just like their personalities. Everyone loved the invitations and all the other printed materials I designed to go along with it.

todd and lacey's wedding

Wedding invitations, continued. This was the save the date card.

todd and lacey's wedding

Wedding invitations, continued. The RSVP card, a quick logo I whipped up (the bride wanted stickers!), and an apology card guests could fill out at the reception.

todd and lacey's wedding

Another all out wedding invitation package! This was a destination wedding, to Nashville, Tennessee. The couple wanted a vintage country feel and I was happy to oblige. My work included the design of the invitation, shown here, printed with a silver metallic ink set just slightly off registration. And then I went all out on a website for the couple, a super fun Flash site which, when I see it, always makes me smile.

nashville wedding

CD cover for Lords of the Highway. A local artist created the monster art for the cover, and I created the landscape and the scene, including a photo of the band. We were going for a vintage monster movie feel and I think we definitely succeeded. The layers in my Photoshop document to create the spooky landscape were scary enough!

lords of the highway cd cover