Texas A&M Division of Research

Creative Manager.

As the Creative Manager within the Division of Research, we straddled between two very different goals. Custom high-end pieces for prestigious campus programs and simple, low-budget templates to distribute across a vast organization ensuring brand consistency. I stretched my mentoring and event-related design muscles a lot in this position and I’m proud to share the results.

Vice President for Research

Prepare and design presentations (including slide decks and handouts) for the vice president for research and other high-level administrators.


Color palettes and font styles have been carefully chosen to work with the university brand while allowing for a unique feel within our Division.

Invitations, flyers, and one pager templates abound. Many were developed in Powerpoint to allow for maximum distribution and minimum effort while encouraging consistency.

Art Direction

Role Supervise and collaborate with an illustrator to create eye catching posters, flyers, and programs.

Role: Art direction for the Research@Texas A&M news site including supervising and mentoring graduate student illustrators.

Hagler Institute

2018 Hagler Institute Annual Report

Annual report with copper foil on the cover and metallic Pantone throughout the inside.

Role: Lead Designer, Illustrator

Hagler Institute Gala

Digital and electronic invitations, custom wine bottles, event programs, and tower designs for the stage.

Role: Lead Designer


Role Lead Designer, Illustrator

2015 Annual Report

Role Lead Designer, Illustrator, Photographer