I’ve been designing & creating art since well before I could drive a car (and some may say I’m still better at it than driving). So it only seemed natural to continue my passion with an education from the Savannah College of Art and Design and a freelance graphic design career after graduating in 2011.

For years I worked with clients both big and small on jobs that lasted years, months or just a few days. Logos, branding, brochures, posters, postcards, social media, email campaigns, temporary tattoo designs…you name it and I’ve probably had the chance to design it.

In 2012 I started practicing calligraphy and fell in love. It filled a void that graphic design at the time could not. It allowed me to work with my hands. There’s so much that can be said about the beauty of calligraphy, but the part I cherish most is that each and every word I pen is one of a kind and truly unique.

Since 2012 my style has evolved. I have learned traditional techniques and combined them with my own experimental writing to create a style that is all my own. I aim for minimal, modern, elegant, and light. My style continues to evolve each and every year as I continue to try new things and always strive to improve.

Today I work with individuals and event planners to create custom calligraphy and designs, such as invitation suites, addressed envelopes, seating charts, escort cards, vows, and other details on paper, glass, marble, and metal, for weddings and events. Additionally I work with corporate clients, including Louis Vuitton and Burberry, doing on-site calligraphy.

I love that I have the opportunity to spread the art of calligraphy and penmanship each and every day; whether it be through an address on an envelope, handwritten vows, a personalized thank you note, or simply by putting my work out into the world to inspire others.



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