Combine a born and raised problem solver with four years of design school and you are lookin’ at a thought-provoking designer with an affinity for human centered and impact oriented design.

Awards and Recognition

  • 2022 Salazar Award for Interactive Design, Winner
  • 2022 Ray Hrynkow Scholarship, Winner
  • 2022 RGD Award for Social Good Design, Recipient
  • 2022 RGD Award for User Experience Design, Honourable Mention
  • 2022 RGD Award for Web Design, Honourable Mention
  • 2022 Jim Rimmer Scholarship for Design, Honourable Mention
  • 2022 Jim Rimmer Scholarship for Design, Honourable Mention
  • 2021 Jim Rimmer Scholarship for Design Winner
  • 2021 Gravity Inc. Award for Social Change, Honourable Mention
  • 2021 Works Design Award for Web Design, Honourable Mention

Identity, Packaging, Digital, Advertising

Manic Music

Created under the mentorship of Creative Director Jeff Harrison, Manic Music is a fictional record store targeted towards 16–24 year olds. The objective was to create something conceptual that attracted a younger demographic to vintage records. I chose an edgy, casual and trendy tone of voice with an electric color palette. Our vinyls represent different music genres and the feelings associated with each genre. They were used as both graphics and as the generative logo.

Digital, Advertising

Two Worlds Cancer

Two Worlds Cancer is a non-profit organization that works with healthcare professionals to create palliative care for children and adults in lesser resourced countries. I was contracted to re-design the website with an entirely fresh and modern look that secondarily highlighted their genuine photography and created an impactful landing video that told the story of Two Worlds.


Remembering to Remember

Remembering to remember is an interactive infographic about the history and effects of residential schools in Canada The final artifact developed from the largest portion of my research—Residential school survivor stories. The way I chose to highlight these lived experiences was to engrave them on small wooden cards to symbolize permanence and placed them within a Bentwood Box.