She understood what we wanted to accomplish, and had the best ideas to make it happen."
She arrives at fresh, unexpected solutions that work hard in the marketplace."
Absolutely beautiful work!"
I open just a few spots each year for custom projects and commissions. Whether you're looking for a gorgeous new visual identity, product packaging, a full suite of marketing materials or beyond, we can work together to craft the perfect package for you.
STARTING AT $15,000
STARTING AT $6500
Ideal for brands seeking the full service experience, this package starts with a complete visual identity system which is then carried throughout each customer touchpoint — including product packaging and all of your marketing materials.
Crafted specifically for growing businesses and solopreneurs, this package begins with a full visual identity system and extends to your website, print/digital templates, and ensuring all of your content creation is on-brand with photo styling and mood boards.
STARTING AT $10,000
This package focuses on the beginning stages of brand implementation and will set your business up with a defined visual identity system, a fresh new website and a set of digital templates crafted to set you apart from the crowd.
Each year, I work with just a select number of brands because I want to ensure one thing: that we are a perfect fit!
Whether you are looking for collaboration early in the ideation phase, or for specific support with surface design, packaging or even in-store displays...you can trust I will bring big ideas and my signature style of fresh colors + patterns to your project.
To inquire about availability and start the conversation, tell me a bit about your project by clicking the link below!
Chefs Roy Yamaguchi and Alan Wong were launching Hawaii’s first ever food and wine festival and needed an upscale visual identity & brand campaign to launch the inaugural event. The final logo depicts the iconic mountain ranges in Hawaii meeting the sea, bringing the themes of "mauka to makai" and "taste our love for the land" to life. Nuances of sustainability (the leaf) and Asian influences (the wok) are also referenced in the final logo.