Night Owl was recently interviewed by Latinitas Magazine, a non-profit organization responsible for awesome programs like Design Chica! The program empowers young Latinas using media and technology. My design won their poster contest and I am very proud to be part of this awesome event for young girls.
Read the full interview here –

“My inspiration for the design is a traditional Mexican floral pattern. I wanted a mixture of femininity, culture, and technology. I personally love a colorful design and here it reflects the mixture of people and personalities involved in the program.”


Jen’s Diva Salon was in need of a logo, website and print collateral. She had a name and a color scheme. The salon walls were freshly painted with stripes of pink and I suggested we use those colors in her brand.  We discussed the image and mood she wanted for her salon. We started on the logo first and worked our way to her branded collateral and website.

It’s easy to overlook the importance of a strong identity and focus more on sales, followers, etc.  Your brand is your first impression to the world and the face of your company.  Logos are meant to say a lot with very little and it’s the designer’s challenge to bring your vision to life. insta_JDivainsta_Jenswebinsta_Jenscards



In 2003, over 600 cities around the world held a anti-war protest in opposition to the Iraq War. It’s hard to believe this was over 10 years ago. At the time, I was living in Austin and enrolled in my first photography class. A friend invited me to the protest and naturally I took my camera with me.

The following photos were taken on February 15, 2003 at the State Capital in Austin, Texas during a national anti-war protest against the War in Iraq.