Sadly, my blog and site have been neglected for a few months now.
Gladly, it's 2014 and I'm back at it.

Life after college graduation has been a whirlwind. I thought after design school, I'd have at least a little bit more time. This isn't exactly true, but I'm absolutely okay with that. I've been designing full time at Abercrombie & Fitch for six months now. It's been an incredible learning experience, in a fast paced, constantly changing atmosphere.

Aside from that, I've been doing more yoga, cooking, and a little creating. 

Within the weeks to come, I'll be updating my site with more recent work- so please check back. 
The rest of 2014? I'll be working, traveling, and creating.  Oh, and trying every sub shop in Columbus.




PROGRESSION: A visual representation of the symptoms and challenges caused by Parkinson's Disease with an overall theme of choosing to live with the disease rather than letting it take over one's life.

Made from hand cut paper to not only to represent the fragility of the disease, but also to represent hand mobility before deterioration.

These two center panels represent the intense progression of the body's lack of balance, overall weakness, fatigue, and deterioration.