Below are samples of work from school, previous internships, and fun side projects. Enjoy and feel free to reach out!


 

Strut for the Cure Campaign

This was one of my favorite campaigns to work on. After pitching this idea in class, my class voted to bring this idea to light. Created by myself and three other students this campaign highlights a potential partnership with Love Your Melon and Target through a fashion show.


Graphic Design

For my Graphic Design class, I was tasked to create a poster, website, and magazine. I chose to create a poster and website to support the Alzheimer’s Association, a nonprofit near to my heart; and a magazine focusing on women empowerment in the workplace.


Paige’s Butterfly Run Campaign

For my PR research class, a team of myself and three other students created a communication strategy plan to help Paige’s Butterfly Run engage with the student market of central New York and better connect with its audiences on social media. Our research methods included social listening analysis, an online survey, and two focus groups.


Greenwood Winery Social Media Campaign

Greenwood Winery, located in East Syracuse, New York, prides itself on its local flavor. This campaign created by myself and two other students focuses on increasing the public awareness of Greenwood Winery by creating young and trendy content while still advertising the winery’s delicious food and locally grown wine.


Baked Magazine Writing & Editing Samples

Baked is Syracuse University’s first student-run magazine solely devoted to food. During my time at Syracuse, I started as a blogger and made my way up to assistant editor and finally senior editor. Baked offers readers recipes, reviews, and everything in between. Eat up and enjoy! 


Montana Bones Campaign

Montana Bones, a family-run fashion brand carried in stores around Montana, has struggled to boost its visibility and raise its sales while maintaining a low budget. Myself and four other students created this campaign to help Montana Bones increase awareness about its unique, Montana-inspired designs.