Graphic Designer

As a designer, my favorite thing is probably seeing things come together on the page. It's a matter of trying different combinations and deciding on the one that best fits the client and their needs.


Val d'Anguienne Stud Farm

Graphic Designer, Content Developer

On top of creating the website for this French stud farm, I created business cards and flyers for them. The idea was to remain sober but eye-catching, and to provide easily findable contact information.

The tools used to make these layouts were:
Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and the Universal TypeClient.


Book Design — School Project

Writer, Graphic Designer

This project was part of my Book Design and Production course, and took a deeply personal turn when I decided to use my own writing as its subject. The requirements were to come up with a full book cover featuring a summary, author bio at minimum, and design the entirety of the book's interior. There were a lot of choices to be made regarding fonts and ornaments and the text arrangement, but holding the finished product in my hands had to be one of the best feelings in the world.

The tools used to make this book were:
Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, the Universal TypeClient and Block Printing.


Book Design — Personal Project

Writer, Graphic Designer

After the end of my Book Design and Production course, I designed a small booklet featuring a sample of my writing. While, this time, the project was much lighter in nature, I had a lot of fun coming up with fonts, ornaments and arranging the text.

The tools used to make this book were:
Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and the Universal TypeClient.


Wedding Invitation — School Project

Graphic Designer

Another product of my Book Design class, this invitation was among the first assignments the class had to work on. The main focus was to find fonts that would go well together, and come up with a fitting color scheme and ornaments.

The tools used to make this book were:
Adobe InDesign and the Universal TypeClient.