This weekend I had the pleasure of going to a colleague//friend’s exhibit at the Japanese American Museum in (Little Tokyo), Los Angeles. The show is titled “Supernatural” and its description states: “Traditions are an integral part of every community. Some of these come from superstitions that our ancestors carried with them…Supernatural features the work of
This saturday a few of us ventured out to Long Beach for their annual SoundWalk, which coincided with the opening for the Robots and Angels Show at Alley 425. It was a truly interesting experience. There were noises and sights on every block. From my show, to the other more interactive installations, my friends were both
I’m really excited about participating in this upcoming show. I was invited by a lovely LA/LBC curator to be a part of this group exhibition located in downtown Long Beach. The theme of the show is Robots & Angels “A Collaboration of Live Art: Mind, Body, & Sound”. This will be the premier exhibit in
“The ‘Great 948; event celebrates Orange County’s 948 square miles through creative expression. The ‘Great 948‘ exhibition collection began earlier this month, with the Park reaching out to the entire Orange County community to collect 6×6 works of art on Masonite tiles provided by the Park. People from all walks of life and all skill
Last night we rolled out to the Muckethaler Cultural Museum to check out the opening for American Nostalgia. It had a strong turnout, with a full parking lot and wide variety of people in attendance. There was one main gallery room, one smaller room to the side and 2 more small galleries on either end.
So after procrastinating for some time I finally finished my piece for the show American Nostalgia that opened last night at the Muckenthaler Museum in Fullerton. The hardest part was coming up with my idea. But after much deliberation came up with a simple concept that I could execute in a short period of time.
Finally finished my piece for the upcoming American Nostalgia show. Prior to the event there was a soiree hosted for the artists, where we were briefly asked about our feelings on Norman Rockwell. I hate watching myself on camera, but I guess I am out there on youtube for all to see! So too bad
The Sophie Snow Concept launch went really well. A lot of people came out and were excited to see the new addition of art to the store. It was a rushed exhibition, but the artists really came through, and I was able to have a very talented and eclectic variety of works to display. Included
Just finished my two pieces for the Hibbleton All-Star Show this friday June 4th 7-11. I wasn’t able to invest the time i had hoped into my second piece, and created just a little something so I could submit 2 prints. I hope people like them! For more info on the show’s opening and the
SHUFFLE show made its debut at Hibbleton Friday February 12th, 2019. With more than 300 people in attendance, the show was a definite success. A wide variety of visitors came out to enjoy the original artworks and live entertainment. Megan Jade stole the show for a short while with her beautiful vocal stylings and musical
I’ve taken on yet another project, working as the Art Manager for Black Hill Press printing company. This year I’ll be working with many amazing and talented artist to create some really beautiful book covers. Get more info here.
Series pictured by Benjamin Mills & Davide Bonazzi
Over the last year and a half I’ve had the amazing privilege of being the Art Manager for the indie printing company Black Hill Press. Their unique approach to storytelling through the use of the novella format is paired with one artist per 3 books, creating series of stories by Artist. Each series starts with
I had the awesome pleasure of attending a conference in Carey, North Carolina where I was able to work the rest of the LOFT visual team doing prep and set up. Part of the activities ranged from setting up podiums, dressing mannequins, putting up decals, to prepping decor. For our first night we were planning
Last year I was referred by a friend to do a logo for a hotel chain in California (read more here). It was awesome working with them and fortunately they enjoyed it enough to ask me to do more work since. They decided to expand the merchandise in their gift shop and asked me to
Last year my brother commissioned some art works to give to a few of his friends for Christmas. One of them was his good friend Alex, who just happens to be the tour account manager for Depeche Mode. This in and of itself, was a pretty cool gig that just happened to turn into something
While my husband and I were in Korea we happened upon a Free Market in Hongdae. The Free Market is similiar to swap meets here except that its all artisan, hand crafted goods. I was excited to go and see what kinds of new exciting artworks and crafts are being made by local Koreans. I
I know I’ve been very bad about updating my blog but I have a good excuse! I’ve been out discovering the world. For my honeymoon Matt and I traveled to Japan and Korea and had an amazing time. There are so many spectacular places to visit, foods to try, things to do, and art to
There are times in every professional’s life when they begin to feel a little stale in their work atmosphere. I am definitely no exception. Recently there have been less and less moments where I have felt super inspired or a part of a really exciting project. However, a week or so ago I was handed
So last year I tried to keep myself busy with #asketchaday, but…as many of you know, wasn’t too successful. Its hard to sneak in some artwork in between designing, working, living, breathing…you know…etc. This year I decided to try something that I could possibly be more successful at. I found someone’s older site that did
(fan art by Enkayeff) My husband laughs at me for being so invested in some of the games I play on my ipad, but its actually his fault, since he bought it for me in the first place. Every once in awhile I find a game, one of those build a village, aquarium, or zoo,
This last week I’ve had a couple encounters into other artist’s works where I couldn’t help but notice the striking resemblances. The age old saying that there is nothing new is in a way true, but also untrue in that things are constantly being reinterpreted or altered. The illustration was a hair study done with
I am a graphic designer//illustrator based out of Orange County, CA specializing in packaging and print design. My goal is to design clean, appealing, and functional pieces that are contemporary, and fashionable. My designs are done primarily using Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign.
This site is a place to showcase my work and post information on projects I’m currently working on or exhibitions I’m participating in.