I was thrilled and honored to participate in Reimagine Arkansas, a project responding to the twin crises currently rocking our country: COVID-19 and deep-seated racial injustice. R/A brings together those most impacted by these issues with artists and designers based in Northwest Arkansas for wide-ranging roundtable discussions transcribed by the Local Voices Network.
Illustration, social media, data visualization
Adobe Illustrator, 
I created this collage to sit atop R/A's first "constellation kit", a series of pieces inspired by roundtable discussions with local advocates for racial justice. The kit covers a wide variety of topics, including police killings, prison and poultry plant outbreaks, essential workers and frontline doctors and nurses, voter suppression, and wealth inequality. Photos in this collage cover all the stakeholders impacted by this crisis; the simple virus shape and rainbow gradient appear throughout my portion of the project.
This series of eight slides created for Instagram takes a deep dive into the racial imbalances in COVID-19 data, and makes the case for the continuation of the CARES Act and an economic strategy focused on compassion and equity. Evidently, the Senate GOP has not seen it.


3 other random things I have made (you won't BELIEVE #3!)

Starspot & Starcards
I made an identity system and package design for Starspot, a company making beginner-friendly astronomy equipment, plus a series of "trading cards" for real-life stars.
STNDRD, the clothing brand for everybody
I made a quirky, expressive brand system for a clothing company focused on ethics and inclusivity.
Snarky Stickers for SoarBlue
I made a series of stickers and Instagram graphics for SoarBlue, a liberal activist shop based in Fayetteville, AR.
Visualizing the Earned Income Tax Credit
In my third project with Reimagine Arkansas, I made a series of data visualizations on SB10, a bill that would create an EITC for working families in the state.
Americans: Inside & Out
The largest project of my career thus far: a gargantuan report exploring shifts to how Americans spend their time indoors and outdoors. 49 pages, 30+ data visualizations, and an irresponsible amount of collage.
Data vis: "Partisan Pawprints"
As a reckless challenge to see how many different data inputs I could combine into one visualization, I chronicled five years of my life through travel, dogs, politics, and culture.
App prototype: Canopy NWA
I prototyped a volunteer coordination app in Adobe XD for a local organization that helps refugees from around the world resettle in Northwest Arkansas.
Restoring the neighborhood collective
My degree capstone project investigated sparsely-attended civic meetings that make huge housing and land usage decisions in communities across the United States.
Frazier Homes
I developed a minimalist identity inspired by early 20th-century craftsmen for a local contractor and applied it to business cards, yard signs, and shirts.
Identity: James Lewis butcher & deli
I drew 30+ simple geometric food-related icons as part of a modular brand system.
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