Project Cape Made is an apparel company by Love.Live.Local that supports entrepreneurs on Cape Cod.
Tiny Tails to You is an ethical traveling petting zoo based in Austin, TX.
Wind-Born was a personal project I undertook during the winter of 2014/2015. It was an attempt to bring new life to old, unwanted paper by making notebooks that were carefully hand-bound and made from vintage typewriter paper and old file folders. View the full post here.
The Boston Tree Party is a collaborative campaign to plant 100 pairs of heirloom apple trees in civic spaces across Greater Boston. See the full post here.
The Rosewood Community Market on the East Side of Austin, TX brings fresh and local food to the areas of the city that need it most. They aim to create an atmosphere that is approachable, accessible and affordable. See the full post here.
The GMD at the Town of Barnstable focuses on community development, comprehensive planning, economic development, arts & culture, and regulatory review.
The Jewish Studio Project activates creativity in individuals and communities in order to reclaim Jewish values, make meaning in our lives and restore hope to the world.
Cronation is a site and a book for imagining the world through Crone eyes and with a Crone’s heart. A Crone is and older woman that is compassionate and wise, practical and mystical, fearless and funny, truthful and playful. See the full post here.
LesFire is a podcast that aims to “shine the light” on Austin’s local music scene. Check it out here.
Corva is an energy-related artificial intelligence company.
The online magazine, CAP, based out of Austin, TX needed a logo that could be used with the publication’s assortment of content. With this logo, any image can be branded just by adding a black corner. Photo by Evan Prince.
The BodPod podcast “seeks to engage in conversations about your body, the bodies around you, how this informs who you are and your conception of the world in hopes that small conversations can lead to big ideas and new understandings about ourselves and each other.” See the uncensored version (contains NSFW imagery) or listen to the podcast.
The Live Simply Campaign was completed as a year-long project for my Honors Capstone at American University. The project promotes a way of live that is less complex than the over-consumptive and over-achieving lifestyle our current industrial society encourages.