A Midwest girl by nature, I graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with degrees in Art History and Visual Communication. After school I worked with the fine folks at Tractorbeam in Dallas, Texas, where I honed my design skills and acquired a taste for Whataburger. With projects including luxury housing, restaurants, baby swaddles, and music festivals, I was lucky to wear many hats at Tractorbeam (one of them a large, Russian one!). Currently, I'm based in Seattle, Washington, where I'm an illustrator at Amazon.
I was four years old, and it was coloring time in preschool. My teacher gave me a box of crayons and tie-dyed rainbow paper, on which I chose to draw three items: the Headless Horseman, a guillotine, and Death himself.
Suffice to say, my debut into the art world earned me a “letter of concern” from my preschool teacher. Fast forward to today, Rainbow Death still encapsulates everything I like to inject in my personal designs: kinda cute, kinda creepy, and altogether not-quite-right.