Tuesday, October 30, 2012


How has the last month slipped by already? I don't mind so much since November seems to be bringing cozier temperatures to Savannah, and since it means were one month closer to being home for Christmas. Here is this months calendar! Inspired by the Quince that grew in our yard growing up, and some beautiful tiny pears and persimmons and I found at our local store.

Saturday, October 27, 2012


I'm alive! Just busy on things: Here are tiny bits of the things my hand lettering has had a hand in lately. Pun intended.
(Love the 1920's)
(Smallest piece of hand lettering ever I know! But more fun projects for PD should be posted soon.)

Friday, October 19, 2012

Last weekend was the incredible wedding of some dear friends. So southern, so beautiful, so them! It was such a great honor to get to contribute a small part to the big day- this map- the lovely photo of which is taken by the talented JadeandMathewtake pictures. (you can see more wonderful photos of the wedding on their blog!). I tried to save a printed copy of my map to post a photo of, but its a little worse for the wear after spending the night in my pocket on the dance floor. :)

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Food Fight!

So excited to be going to a wonderful wedding this afternoon for this girl, with this girl! But I plan on eating a lot of cake, not throwing it.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Southern Dishes

This hand lettering I did for The South Magazine is in their October/November issue just released last week. Chalk on wood board. Always so exciting to see something in print!

Monday, October 8, 2012

Fashion's Night Out: Building Savannah

This is a little overdue. I had the honor of participating in "Building Savannah" a Fashion's Night Out event hosted by Judge Realty and artists Katherine Sandoz. The project was for different artist around the city to use old wine crates to make them into their own interpretation of a building. Then on the night of FNO we brought them all together to build a little town. It was a lot of fun working on something 3 dimensional. A different sort of challenge is always a nice break from all the drawing. Enjoy! xo

Monday, October 1, 2012


I'm really enjoying more hand lettering lately (if you couldn't tell...) This was created for this weeks Meatloaf Monday which marks a goodbye to our brilliant friend and illustrator Leslie A. Wood. You can still keep track of her work here!