After spending the summer in Los Angeles, I became intrigued by details of urban life. This collection is inspired by the tiny cracks and pebbles in the sidewalks, the fences that line the highways, and the reflections of roadways of buildings.
A pattern inspired by the beauty and geometric detail of Moroccan tile work.
Honey Don't Leave LA
This pattern is inspired by the graffiti of Los Angeles, and uses imagery and elements from my photography of the city.
Inspired by the shapes and forms we see on any given day, this collection takes a more literal approach. Many species have an instinctual way of grouping together with its own kind. These patterns explore photographic imagery and the patterning of nature in groups.
It's Not Unusual
A pattern inspired by the beauty of science and the way things look close up and under a microscope.
Dark Side Of The Moon
This collection is inspired by the craters and textures of the moon, and the many shapes it takes on throughout its daily and yearly rotations.
Do It Twice
This collection is inspired by the geometric designs in ancient Aztec art, and explores a more modern take on these ancient patterns.
As an artist and a college student, I find that a cluttered house is unavoidable. This collection is inspired by the love/hate relationship between me and my belongings.
When The Coast Is Clear
Pattern collection inspired by the shapes and textures created by the ocean as it meets the shore.
Beauty In The Ugly
Inspired by the shapes less commonly seen, this collection combines elements of geometry with imagery seen under a microscope.
I find so much inspiration in water. The way it's constantly moving and changing is so fascinating. This collection is inspired by the movement of water and the way liquids disperse.