SENIOR THESIS: WRENCH GIRL PROJECT
The following is comprised of an apparel brand, website and blog that I designed during my senior year at Lynchburg College. My vision was to create a brand that could be easily turned into a vendor booth showcased at trade shows or automotive racing events. In addition, the work that I do with Girls 'N Garages magazine supports the idea of encouraging more women to learn how to
work on cars.
With The Wrench Girl Project, I took it a step further by showing women who already work on their car, and show what it means to them to be a "car enthusiast," or someone who modifies their car. Someone might modify a car for many reasons, such as speed, handling or for entering a car show. Either way, this project was created for those women who continue to inspire me.
2016 Silver Student ADDY Award Winner, Wrench Girl Project Blog
BEST IN SHOW
Student Art Show at Daura Gallery, Lynchburg College
Please enjoy the following gallery composed of work from my 2014 internship with Prototype: Media in Lynchburg, Virginia. Prototype: Media creates several area magazines including Lynchburg Living, Lynchburg Business, Central VA Bridal Guide, Lynchburg Arts and Central Virginia Family Guide. During my internship, I contributed advertising and photographs in the May/June 2014 issue of Lynchburg Living magazine.
BRANDING SEMESTER PROJECT
VEHICLE WRAP DESIGN
WOO-SAH VAPOR LOUNGE & BAR
Brand created during Graphic Design class at Lynchburg College based on a fictional e-cigarette lounge & bar. The brand aesthetic is more of a nightclub atmosphere that sells e-cigarette products with open bar and serves food. All items in the collection were created in Graphic Design 3.
American Advertising Federation (ADDY) Award
2015 Student ADDY Silver Award, Non-Traditional Advertising, SIngle
Description: Vehicle wrap designed for Woo-Sah Vapor Lounge & Bar brand created during Graphic Design class at Lynchburg College.