Madison Duola Collective – New logo


“The word “doula” comes from the ancient Greek meaning “a woman who serves” and is now used to refer to a trained and experienced professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to the mother before, during and just after birth; or who provides emotional and practical support during the postpartum period.”

Now you know.

Here in Madiosn we breeders have fabulous support wherther birthing at home, in a birth center, or at the hospital, in part due to wonderfull ladies like the ones that make up the Madiosn Doula Collective.

Thanks for having me work on your logo MDC!

Logo for Madison Doula Collective


Wiso never looked so good.

I am so moved to be a part of the solidarity movement in Wisconsin. I cry daily over the acts of support and kindness that have flooded my community.  This will not go away. We are fighting for the rights of people to be valued over profits. It’s about the unions, it’s about health care, it’s about education, it’s about public lands, it’s about freedom from tyranny, it’s about free speech. We will not go away.



This is a postcard design I just finished for a project my brother Ash is putting together in Columbus. You can check out some of his artwork here –

“Visualizing the Experiences of War is a project that aims to bring a better understanding of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in a meaningful and accessible way.  In this project local veterans and artists have been partnered and the veterans have shared with the artist their personal stories of war.  The artists of diverse backgrounds use multiple techniques and media including poetry, painting, photography, and sculpture to express the veterans’ unique experiences.  The Visualizing the Experiences of War exhibition displays the artwork created through these artist and veteran collaborations.  Curated by veterans Ash Woolson and Erica Slone.”

You can learn more about the exhibit here –

Sunshine Grasshopper

Okay, so I’ve been neglecting this blog a bit, what with graduation and starting a new job and all. I wanted to share a few new projects I’ve been working on. My sweet (almost) sister Lisa Jacobson, owner of the ever popular Mermaid Cafe is starting catering business with David McKercher and asked me to do their logo. FUN!! It is called Sunshine Grasshopper and is focused on local food and sustainability. Here’s final version of what we worked up.