Between the whirlwind of finishing school and the glory of summer in Chicago, a lot of work I was really excited to share slipped my mind, I hope to catch up a bit!
For my bookbinding final I created an edition of six of this small book about pancakes. A collection of recipes and antectdotes, this personal project is a joyful celebration of the sweet family my parents built. View it at
The new Arts Partners logo is designed to work as a vessel that showcases projects created by students through classroom programs. The new mark is a simple, confident logotype with countless ways to reveal the name and mission of Arts Partners. Work created by real students will populate the logo and contribute to its substance.
The complete digital manual is viewable below.
44 page perfect-bound book, 8" x 10"
Easily one of my favorite projects of all time, Characters: Typefaces & Their Designers was created in conjunction with Craig Jobson's Intermediate Typography class. Spanning the course of a semester and culminating in printing and binding our labor, this project increased my patience, attention to detail, and appreciation for craftsmanship.
Each student contributed two essays on historical figures in typography and corresponding posters. Although the content was communal, each book looks completely different. I selected Herb Lubalin and William Caslon.
A selection of favorite spreads from the text block are virtually viewable directly below.
84 page hand-bound book, 11" x 17"
This alphabet book communicates an overview of an infectious disease using type, vector illustration, and single color printing on colored paper.
View the virtual copy directly below.