About Me

I'm a graphic designer and illustrator who has worked in tech and gaming. I currently live and work in the San Francisco Bay Area, and started tabling at various events just over a year ago. My goal is to apply my design experience into creating fun and engaging products and displays. I love to being able to travel and meet other artists around the country :D

Fun facts: I was briefly internet famous for my unorthodox gift wrapping skills, and live with two birds named Google and Yondu.

My online storefront can be found on Etsy. I can also be found on Instagram, Dribbble, and Linkedin!

Product portfolio


I design and produce a variety of products, from stickers, to iron-on patches, art prints, enamel pins and other wearable accessories. My full online storefront can be found at


Fun fact: All of my stickers are designed, printed and cut by me! They are drawn in Adobe Illustrator, printed using my Canon Pixma Pro-100, and cut with a Silhouette Cameo 3. I love being able to produce these out of my home studio because it gives me greater control over print quality and sticker cuts than if I outsourced it to a printing company. Plus, I get to see the results right away, instead of waiting for them to be shipped to me ;)
A lot of my designs are inspired by my awkward sense of humor, making commentary on social media and internet interactions, and my love of science and space exploration. And the occasional pun.


All my printed artwork is drawn in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, and printed from my home studio in Oakland, CA.


For items that cannot be produced in-house, I've partnered with some amazing makers from within the US! Special thanks to InkitLabs in Austin, TX for helping to make my acrylic accessories into a reality, and to Stadri Emblems in Woodstock, NY for helping with my patches! 


My standard setup includes three vinyl banners, (two hung vertically behind the table, one draped across the center.) 2-3 standing displays with stickers, prints and iron-on patches, and clear acrylic displays for smaller accessories. Depending on the size and other amenities at the table, I often use a fitted tablecloth which does not  slip or get pulled off the table easily. My banners are displayed via a c-stand with a sandbag weight at the base, to prevent tipping over.