About Me

“I like to dance along the line of playful professionalism.
Strong. Bold. Beautiful.”

Processed with VSCO with f2 presetI started off my wonderful journey as a college student ready to teach children for the rest of my life. Half way through my college career, I realized it was NOT where my true passion was. I struggled to find what that was. I randomly picked up a drawing class to fill a hole in my schedule (I figured, why not, doodling is fun!). Little did I know, I had sparked a love for something I didn’t quite understand yet. I had found something about myself in that 3 hour drawing class, and that was a deep passion and love for art! A crazy sense of self-accomplishment; I could create something that beautiful with my own hands.

As my glorious 7 years of college came to an end, I graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts with a concentration in Communication Design, from Metro State University in Denver, CO.

Before I had even graduated, I was working a full-time position in Graphic Design, and Web Development for a small start-up called CLVR. Shortly after I graduated I became the head of the department, which is where I stood for two years. After that, I landed myself a job at American Furniture Warehouse, as their Sr. Website Designer and Developer. I grew their team from one lone ranger to 5 strong individuals. We took the AFW website to places and goals we never thought we could, and doubling their monthly revenue.

With all the work and experience I have gathered so far, I can truly say enjoy what I do, day in and day out. I let my passion take hold of my career, which has opened new doors for me I never thought possible. I now enjoy being my own boss, and creating a whole range websites and print designs for my clients.

I continue to grow and strive to be the best designer that I can be. I look forward to where life will take me next!



You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.”
-Good old Steve Jobs

I believe everyone can find their own niche once they start to take risks and get out of their own comfort-zone. I believe in making yourself uncomfortable & trusting yourself a little more. When you put yourself in that uncomfortable place, that’s when you start to learn the most. You learn about yourself, about life, you meet new people. You begin to trust your own heart and learn from your mistakes. That’s where you find your true self. You can honestly look back and see the beautiful chaos of thing called life. Lean into the discomfort.