Welcome! I have experience in designing for print, apparel, web, and even vehicle wraps. Click on any of the images below to learn more about the project.
ANSWER Nepal is a non-profit organization that helps less fortunate kids in Nepal go to school. People are able to sponsor a student and donate money to pay for their school uniform and supplies.
I got involved with this organization in 2013, when my professor/mentor, who is also a board member of the organization, approached me about designing a poster for their annual fundraising event.
Top to bottom: 2015, 2014, 2013
Johnny Rent, local teacher by day, musician by night, needed some new merch.
I designed this logo which was turned into t-shirts, stickers, and a banner.
Pattern design for a multi-functional scarf for Southeast Elementary's field day. Think of it as an infinity scarf for athletic people! It can be worn in many different ways to help hold back hair, wick sweat, and stay comfortable while exercising. (More commonly known as a Buff and worn by contestants on Survivor.)
The Torch is a non-profit that helps feed those in need via food truck. The truck drives to local neighborhoods and anyone is welcome to get a free meal. J. J. Jinkleheimer & Co. donated new business cards and brochures to the organization, designed by me.
The Pink Party
The Pink Party is a local event held annually to raise money for breast cancer research. These shirts were created for J. J. Jinkleheimer and Co. to sell at the event. All proceeds went to The Pink Party. Both designs were created for screen printing and heat transfers.
The Kilt Shack
The Kilt Shack is a student-run store at Howell High School, where students can go to buy all of their spirit wear. Each year, they come to J. J. Jinkleheimer & Co. for their designs and printing. These are just a couple of favorites that I've done. Both were digitally printed on t-shirts.
J. J. Jinkleheimer & Co.
Top: This is just one example of the digital flyers that are created and e-mailed to clients for sales at J. J. Jinkleheimer & Co. This particular one was for a spring sale. I always enjoy finding creative ways to design it around the theme of the sale or the season.
Bottom: J. J. Jinkleheimer's new ride was in need of some graphics, so I took on the challenge. I was able to use the van's original white color and do a half-wrap on the back half of the vehicle for a "business in the front, party in the back" sort of feel. This was my first experience designing for a vehicle and it was a success!
I was offered the opportunity to help create business cards and a new website for Boxboom Creative after meeting owner Julie Lankes while attending The Polishing Center. Julie wanted to create several different logos for Boxboom Creative to represent the many different types of creative projects she works on and clients she has.
Kennedy's Irish Pub
This design was created for Kennedy's Irish Pub to sell during the Woodward Dream Cruise - a car show that travels down Woodward Ave. in Detroit.
Howell High School Movie Club
Howell High School Movie Club needed some new shirts. I designed this logo for them so they could show off their love for film. This was digitally printed on t-shirts.
Top: This was designed for Revolution Church's Battle of the Books. What at first seemed like a challenging event to create a logo for, turned out to be something that both the client and I were very pleased with.
Bottom: These flags were design for Revolution Church for promotion of their church and rental space.
Occassionally at J. J. Jinkleheimer & Co., we like to show our clients what we are able to do for them. To do this, we create flyers to either print and send them or email to them with images of products they may find useful in their business. This is one I created for Tony Sacco's. In this case, we printed it and sent it along with uniforms they had ordered to their various restaurant locations around the country.
Motown Automotive Distributing Co.
Motown Automotive Distributing Co. requested some new shirt designs for their employees. Turing on the mindset of worker dedicated to Michigan autos, I came up with this design. Drawing from their pride in their Detroit-area roots, this design features the Detroit city skyline with a sleek sports car zooming by.
Christmas Tree Infographic
I really wanted to give designing infographics a try, so I did my own research and put it together in this infographic. All graphics & illustrative elements were designed by me. Why Christmas trees? It was around the holiday season when I made this.