Form and Function: Learning to see the world around me with an artist eye comes natural. I compare almost everything from the perspective of spatial relationships. Challenging myself by bringing elements together in a vignette, to create a picture
or a three – dimensional form has always been a passion of mine. A typical thought process for me will start by comparing the shadow and light to convey contrast and movement as colors and textures come to life. As a graphic designer, working for
a client, the message is always the main consideration. Merging functionality and a unique perspective is my strategy, whether I am styling a photo for an editorial layout
or finessing typography as art.
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Print Design Higher Education
Marygrove College, Detroit, MI
Design, Layout and Production for Admissions, Student Life Booklet
Design, Layout and Production for English Department, Study Abroad Booklet
Click to see a PDF of the Marygrove “Kids’ College” direct mail brochure I designed and managed from concept through printing.