Mizu Spa


Mizu Spa is a modern and upscale day spa located in San Francisco.
They wanted a brochure booklet that looks clean and appealing to both men and women, non-gender biased.

Wedding Invite

Lynda & Doug  |  2013

The wedding happened at a 100 year old fruit packing ranch in Santa Cruz, CA. The farm chic aesthetic of the location set the basic tone of the wedding.
The soft, relaxed and whimsical invitation represented the personalities of the couple while incorporating a bit of the rustic romantic look and feel of the location as well.

Walk&Roll to School

Cherry Chase Elementary  |  2016

Holiday Card

Jinizm  |  2006

I wanted to celebrate and cherish the first winter in Chicago. The letter press hints at the beautiful texture and silver on white palette created by the snowy winters in Chicago.

Vessel DVD


Holiday Poster

Lunar Design  |  2005

Lunar Design used this holiday card to stay in touch with clients and peers in a personal manner by actually showing the people behind the name. The design challenge was to let all the individual Lunar personalities come through in one single printed piece. The solution required the employees to be photographed with their own set of antlers to reveal the innovation and creativity that the individuals of Lunar Design are known for.
Conscious of the environment, we added value to the 'card' by putting a great looking 2006 calendar on the back to give the card more life than it probably would have had otherwise.

Caffé Capriccio


Caffé Capriccio is a cute little corner cafe located in San Francisco, between North Beach and Fisherman's Wharf.
Their European feel, red awning and beautifully imported tiles from Tunisia became the inspiration for this project. With an olive branch as a visual icon, the combination of a bright red color and subtle pattern nailed the personality of Caffé Capriccio.

Holiday Card

Lunar Design  |  2004

In order to inform clients and peers about the culture, diversity and people of Lunar design, we wanted the holiday card to show all the places where Lunar employees were originally from. We used thin curved lines to connect all the Lunar employees and then to naturally point at the Lunar logo.