Take a look at my past projects.



Torchlite Template Design

I designed graphics to accompany the variety of digital marketing templates to match the updated Torchlite brand.


Winning Digital Strategy

E-Book Redesign

I redesigned an E-Book used to position Torchlite as a thought leader in the digital marketing world.

Influencer Playbook Cover.jpg

Playbook Design

This playbook was produced as a result of a partnership between Torchlite and another marketing industry thought leader. 


Marketing Case


Study Design

I designed several case studies that focused on the success of Torchlite clients from various industries. These case studies were featured on the Torchlite website.

Ocean Spray Campaign

Ocean Spray

Advertising Campaign

Client of the National Student Advertising Competition


Ball State "We Fly" 

Brand Launch

I designed various supplemental graphics, including Instagram stories and Twitter images, to promote the November 2017 launch of Ball State University's brand campaign, "We Fly."


Wine Box Design

Product packaging was redesigned to be accessible to the visually impaired.





This ad campaign promoted Spotify Premium via online, out of home and traditional media.


Poster Design

Promotional poster for Marketing United 2018


Social Media


Ball State University

Social Media Content

I created daily content for the university's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and LinkedIn. I also crafted monthly campaigns across multiple platforms with the intention of increasing engagement with Ball State's key audiences. 

PRSSA NAtional Conference Social Media

30 Days of CC Social Media Campaign

I created content for the 2016 PRSSA National Conference in Indianapolis, a yearly conference for public relations students from across the world with an attendance of more than 1000. This project involved both pre-scheduled social media content and live-tweeting events during the five-day conference.

This award-winning social media campaign served as a brand awareness and internal promotional campaign. The month-long project focused on Cardinal Communications' clients, members and the experiences key stakeholders had with the agency. Twitter was the most-used social media platform for the campaign, but Facebook and Instagram complemented it.