Friday, August 24, 2007


Good Afternoon! It's August here in Chicago and we've had so much rain! Yesterday's storms left visions of city trash cans flying through the air in my head. It was crazy. So it goes ... life in the Midwest.

I'm not feeling particularly blog-like today but considering I have no web site, I thought I better update the general public on what I've been doing lately! ***Also, as a side note, my web site will be complete by mid-September. So please keep checking back!

I've completed two new web sites lately. One is for the Zen Buddhist Temple, here in Chicago. My family and I attend the temple and I wanted to extend my services to their web presence. I'm pretty pleased with the results. We worked together to really re-create a similar web site and just re-organize the information so it was more accessible to the general public. The web site uses scale-able tables so that it extends regardless of browser size.

The second (most recently designed) web site is Darrin Dingman was a referral from Rebecca Kollaras ( I feel so privileged as to work with so many clients that are so pleased with the work I do, they recommend me to all their friends. (***thank you to all of the clients, including Rebecca). This web site was also built for scale-ability. We are using some elements of flash as well.

Stay tuned for much, much more! Thanks for reading, as always.

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Identity Crisis!

More of a pun on words! I just turned 30 yesterday! And in the midst of a birthday week, I have been relocating my website to a virtual server, putting in place a plan for a new website and trying to create a space for all of my fans (*yeah right) to see my work.

So, on the side of this blog space, you will find a long list of websites that I have done within the last year. I also wanted to provide you with a selection of my recent logo designs as well. (Soon to follow will be some print samples that will include brochures, business cards, catalogs and MORE!).

My new website is scheduled to launch in September. I'll be sure to keep you posted as development progresses. Thank you for your patience and as always, for reading.