The Debate Spot

A team of brilliant educators set out to change the world, one debate at a time. I helped them put their message online.


Working with my web developer/husband, I helped Claire build her new interior design & styling business, a striking website, and her confidence as she set out on her own. Photo Credit: Jennifer Kathryn Photography for The Everygirl.

Westervin Wholesale

Less than a year after opening the Westervin shop, my handmade fiber accessories started garnering wholesale interest.


I partnered with Bustle to create a custom Pinterest campaign and contributed a series of 8 articles to the women's interest mega-site.

The Lillstreet Blog

I united Lillstreet Art Center's eight educational departments to create a single, cohesive platform for keeping the Center's large community informed and inspired.


While working at Lillstreet Art Center, I helped updated the website for the Ignite program, which offers creative team-building workshops for Chicago-area businesses.


I coordinated a weekend of activities to celebrate Lillstreet Art Center's 10th anniversary in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood. To promote the festivities, I directed the development of a temporary mini-site.

‘Make It’ Video Series

Before working at Lillstreet Art Center, I collaborated with the staff on a marketing plan and promotional video series.

Save-the-Date Postcards

After my fall 2011 wedding, my handmade save-the-dates were published in a design book, international craft magazine, and popular wedding blog.

World Party Day

As featured contributors for World Party Day 2012, my husband and I created a boozey tutorial that was repinned over 2,000 times and started a Pinterest trend.