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Escape to Serafina Beach Hotel

Escape to Serafina Beach Hotel

Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Design | No Comments

If you’re looking for an exotic escape to paradise, Serafina Beach Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico might be the spot for you. Opening November 2017, this boutique hotel has sexy & playful beach house-chic vibes, an atrium-style lobby, and a vibrant pool deck. Lumi Agency hired me to design a clean and modern website to attract […]

Danbury CT Website is LIVE

Danbury CT Website is LIVE

Posted by on Jul 19, 2017 in Design | No Comments

Back in September, I was hired by Lumi to design a new site for the city of Danbury, CT. I gladly accepted… Danbury is where I was born and raised. When looking through their old site, it was clear this website needed a better site architecture and user experience, though it was better than most government […]

Playing Nice with Developers

Playing Nice with Developers

Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in Design | No Comments

As designers, we can push pixels to perfection all day long until we create the most beautiful masterpiece. But the reality is it can look very different once it hits development. That’s why playing nice with developers is so important. Hand over a messy Photoshop file and you can instantly irritate the person or team who is in […]

Startup Series: Lumi Agency

Startup Series: Lumi Agency

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in Design, Updates | No Comments

One of the reasons I love working with a new tech startup is because it takes guts to start from the ground up. You don’t dive head first into a new venture unless you’ve got some serious drive, passion and hustle in your blood. And, of course, I always love learning about how it all […]

Design Responsibility

Design Responsibility

Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Design, Faith | No Comments

Design responsibility… what’s that? Whether you realize it or not, everything around you is design and comes with a responsibility. From the simplicity of a highway sign to the complexity of your cookbook, every last detail has some form of conscious design. Additionally, each of these products is shaping you in one way or another. […]

I Hired a Design Intern

Posted by on Nov 18, 2016 in Design, Updates | No Comments

Six months have passed since my last blog post, but I’m still here I promise. So much has happened this past summer. I hired a design intern. He’s a hard worker who barely ever takes breaks during the day and even pulls all nighters.

Working in London

Working in London

Posted by on May 20, 2016 in Design | One Comment

So, I was able to work from London for two weeks back in February… oh the joys of freelance! I had many ideas on what to blog about, but one topic seemed to be the most relevant for my fellow designers — what places did I end up working from? The area I stayed in was […]

Changing the World with Pixels & Print

Changing the World with Pixels & Print

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Design | No Comments

Renée Stevens has been my best friend since our college days. We both graduated from RIT’s School of Design and have shared our most important milestones together, both happy and sad. Through it all, Renée has always been there for me, supported me, and encouraged me. She is a very special type of friend—you don’t come […]

End Citizens United

End Citizens United

Posted by on Jan 27, 2016 in Case Studies, Design | No Comments

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Wide Eye Creative on a number of different projects. One, in particular, just launched! End Citizens United is an organization working to create accountability and transparency for the money spent on America’s elections. The purpose of the site is to provide education surrounding the issue and motivate people to […]

Work for the Lord

Work for the Lord

Posted by on Oct 27, 2015 in Faith | One Comment

I had many opening lines for this blog post, but I’ve deleted them all and decided to just cut right to the chase: I believe the gifts I have been given in this life are to be used for the glory of God. Not something you would expect to see on a designer’s blog post, […]