Personal Work

  • At the University of Denver, I received a double major in Mass Communication and Graphic Design. I was privileged to study with Linda Cobb-Reilly and Judy Anderson. With their guidance I was able to unite the two disciplines in my senior thesis, “Nicaragua, Objectivity, and the Press.” I carved and printed the linoleum blocks, typed the pages to be enlarged and copied on Classic Columns ribbed stock, and sewed the custom slipcover.
  • On A Silver Platter—A booklet of poems and linoleum block cuts that was part of a show at the Art Students League in Denver
  • Poems in this booklet were inspired by the work of Amnesty International and an Arvada Center Production of ”When the First 200 Letters Came.” 
  • This handmade accordion-fold book created in Barbara Takanaga's intaglio class at the University of Denver was inspired by the work of Amnesty International. 
  • This early resume received an Art Director's Club of Denver Unaward for Unmitigated Courage.