Below is my front-end development work, and further down is my illustration work.
Developed using Drupal 8, this custom site organized over ten years of content and information. Searchability was improved and optimized with the creation of custom filters and content types.
Developed various site enhancements such as their Press Page, Location Finder, Recipe Page, and Event Page.
I built this dog quiz right after I took home my miniature dachshund. I did a lot of research when I was trying to decide what kind of dog I should get - and I took almost every quiz available. I hope this information can help inspire the perfect breed! Illustrations were provided by the excellent Cassandra Berger.
I built this name generator around the time my best friend was expecting. In the first week of it's launch, the name generator had received 30,000 views world-wide, which I tracked with Google Analytics. I also added a Tweet button, so I could interact with my users and see what names they came up with. You can read more about my process and success here.
This was my first cover illustration for Shameless Magazine. This magazine actually launched my interest and now passion for coding, as this issue covered HackerYou and Ladies Learning Code founder, Heather Payne. I am very proud of this issue, and hope it inspired lots of amazing, kick-ass young girls!
Client: Shameless Magazine: The Tech Issue, Issue 27
Art Director: Sheila Sampath
Elle Canada approached me to re-print an personal illustration piece I had completed a few months prior. This was a full page print :)
Client: Elle Canada
Art Director: Elena Viltovskaia
This was an illustration for Azure Magazine's Green Living Issue, and my first major editorial illustration leaving OCAD University. I loved how the feel of the Green House was like a look inside a child's dollhouse.
Client: Azure Magazine
Art Director: Melissa Agostino
OCAD University's Illustration Department submitted this piece on my behalf for consideration for the American Illustration Awards. I was selected to be included in the annual which included both professional and student work.
Awards: Selected for American Illustration
This piece was from my OCAD Thesis, "Animal Mating Vs. Human Dating". This is the mating ritual of the an angler fish, who lures their mate sneakily and the traps them.
Awards: Chosen for American Illustration