It has been a crazy 6 months since I've last updated the blog. In addition to making a huge move, launching courses over at Drawing Within, and design work...I've sort of forgotten to write about it here.
Here are some highlights of what I've created over the past few months:
Carina Lyall is a mindfulness meditation teacher who sees the beauty and power of the ordinary. Carina approached me with the desire to completely re-design her website. I helped her to make the switch from Wordpress to Squarespace, and designed a site that resonated with her brand - clean, simple, and bright. I helped to set Carina up with a shop, and created some images for her products that spoke to the magic that Carina makes with her offerings. Carina is such a kind and genuine soul...and she's so clear about her mission in this world...you can't help but feel present and in the moment after reading her words.
I also had the pleasure of working on the the branding and sales page for Carina's course, Awake in the Ordinary.
When Tara of Cosmic Soul Medicine approached me about creating an album cover for a totally transformative meditation track, I was totally elated. I had the honor of listening to the Eon before it was released so that I could have some inspiration while working on the design, and ended up listening to it non-stop on a cross-country flight. It kept me so calm...while also causing me to be totally inspired. If you're looking for any astrological insight, Tara is your girl. She resonates with the vibration of numbers and planets to create truly unique and magical offerings.
Now while I cannot take credit for Danielle Cohen's gorgeous photograph and design for her transformational course, Delicously Embodied, I had the delight of helping out with the automation and gentle proofing of the course. Danielle wanted ease with the course e-mails, and I helped set up the flow so that Danielle was able to focus on writing her course as opposed to the behind-the-scenes work. Danielle's words in Deliciously Embodied created a huge shift in the way I see my body. You can sign up for the course here. Danielle also takes stunning photographs...you can see her portfolio here.
When Naaz Ali of Sacred Earth Elements approached me with her totemic mala project, it was a perfect match. She envisioned totemic images to go along with each piece of jewelry as a compliment to her design. I used images from Creative Commons Zero sources that combined in the most ethereal of ways using some Photoshop magic. It is a pure delight to see these images printed out on paper and paired with each of their respective malas...Naaz' s work truly embodies the sacred. I love how she works with the energy of crystals to transform her jewelry into true treasures.