The logo for the school, Nativity: Faith & Reason, features a star that hearkens both to the biblical story of the birth of Jesus as well as to the history and tradition of the school itself. The laurels represent academic and spiritual excellence.
In addition to creating the logo, I also built a new website as part of the school’s rebranding process. To view the live site, click here.
Twenty-four solid circles in the logo shown here represent the twenty-four hours in a day, while the highlighted circle in the center symbolizes the extra hour gained by using Assist's services.
The website, written in HTML and CSS, further emphasizes the idea of time saved, and can be viewed in further detail here.
The t-shirts and cornhole boards shown here were created for the annual, community-centered parish festival, Nativity Days.
In the 2018 design, the cryptic text in the lower banner symbolizes the parish’s (NOOL) sixtieth anniversary as well as the 25th anniversary of Pope John Paul II’s (JPII) visit to Colorado. Additionally, the lilies represent Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, and the banners were used to imitate a family crest.
In the 2017 design, the star becomes a compass, a reference to the guidance offered by the star in the biblical Nativity story and a symbol of the guiding light of Christ in the lives of the faithful.
First Name Basis
2011: Juror's Award Art Museum Student Juried Exhibition, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
When opened, this CD packaging takes the viewer through the journey of getting to know someone. The outside is simple--all one has to start out with is a name. Each of the inside flaps gives more information about the names--some on receipts, some on business cards, some on nametags. Finally, the inside explodes with personality as one becomes on a "first name basis" with another individual.
The booklet completes this process with stories of the real people behind the names featured in the CD's songs.
11" x 17"
2011: Art Museum Juried Student Exhibition, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
This poster is part of a series focusing on women's rights and was created for the Shepard Symposium on Social Justice. It highlights the stereotypes society places on women and the effects they may have. Without overtly making a value judgement, it encourages people to come to their own conclusion and think twice before constraining a woman into a damaging stereotype.