/BRANDING / ILLUSTRATION / LETTERING / WEB DESIGN / LAYOUT / CONSULTING/
I started graphic design school in 2010, and did my first internship with Brandlab in 2012. I did not know what I was doing...but learned so much! Brandlab is a graphic design studio associated with Circus (an advertising company in Peru) that have been featured by incredible websites and magazines such as The Dieline, Communication Arts, Packaging Design Served and Computer Arts. Their work is definitely worth your time. You can glance and keep up with their latest jobs here: http://www.brandlab.pe
After that insane and super helpful experience, I worked for two years at Delta State University's marketing department, my alma mater. Met incredible people here! They are a really close knit and capable of doing wonders. During that time we redesign the website and rethought the way recruiting advertisement was being handled. Here is one of the most interactive pieces we did back then. http://issuu.com/deltastateuniversity
In 2014 Hobby Lobby Headquarters in Oklahoma City hired me to work for their Art Creative department, and I loved being part of that humongous and family. It was almost 4 years of learning, and meeting great people. I am so thankful to this company for all the training and inspiration they provided to me. I would not be the designer I am today without all the training and time management they taught me. I will be forever grateful with this company. http://www.hobbylobby.com
In 2018 I moved to New Orleans with my husband and worked for a small studio/store called The Calling Card. They have an innovative & different approach to design services. People are able to walk in and walk out with design products as well as branding advice. Even though my time there was short, I got to managed many small projects and had a lot of fun doing it.
I currently live in Lima, Perú and I am a full time freelancer.
Brandlab | Delta State University Marketing Department | Hobby Lobby | The Calling Card | Festinare Events | K U S K A
My greatest satisfaction derives from giving a visual voice to worthy ideas. I am motivated by the responsibility to communicate clearly and honestly through meaningful concepts. The explanation of intricate ideas through simple and beautiful solutions is the reason for my passion. Even though a great part of my aesthetics focuses on clean and minimal designs; I challenge myself to experiment and reach outside my norms. This allows me to learn and further develop as a designer which keeps me vital.