By trade: I’m pretty equal parts graphic & web designer, email campaign manager, marketer, copywriter, and illustrator. Most of my work looks like designing logos, brochures, websites, marketing emails, ads, and direct mail campaigns to meet client needs. I also do consulting for content management and creation. As part of my full-time job at a local design firm, I work closely with clients and art directors to make sure the final product is a creative, successful design solution. In recent years, I’ve also begun honing my calligraphy, lettering, and illustration skills for clients and for my own drive to create artwork. As a designer and artist, I’m taking a break from most freelance work, but you’re welcome to shoot me a message if you’re interested in pricing or consultation. I’m professionally most active on Twitter and Dribbble, but can also be seen on Behance, deviantART, and LinkedIn.
In general: I’m also an obsessive geek, skeptical feminist, and lover of words who spends a lot of time trying to learn to be a better human being and contribute good things to my online and offline community. While I spent the first 20-odd years of my life as a fundamentalist Christian, I’m now an atheist (more specifically, a secular humanist). I write a lot about the process of deconversion and how Christians and non-believers can work together to create a better world. I also critique media and conservative Christianity from an intersectional feminist lens. A big part of my personal journey over the years has involved intentional self-care, and I sometimes chronicle how I take care of myself physically, mentally, and emotionally. I’m also active on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram.