July 28th, 2020

For years, the 8th grade students of Marin Waldorf School were given beautifully illuminated diplomas at their graduation. The calligrapher that had been doing this as a passion project decided it was time for them to step aside. I was absolutely honored to be recommended to take on the diplomas …

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July 28th, 2020

In 2017, Mahak approached me with this lovely passage she had written and wanted me to calligraph it for her. It got bumped off my portfolio for more current pieces, but I thought I would just drop it here in the blog. Seeing the process being making pieces is always interesting. Mahak sent me a …

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March 28th, 2019

I've been putting off posting this post for a long time. It's been written and ready to go for about a month, but I just hadn't gotten it out there. So in the spirit of not beating myself up, here is a post about how I set my goals this year. Last year's blog post about goal setting really seemed …

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January 11th, 2019

With just a few days left of Calligraphies in Conversation & my Mundane Love pieces being on view, I wanted to take some time to talk about their inspiration and my process for creating them. Cursive—more art than practical In the calligraphy world, there is a lot of talk about how kids aren’t …

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October 25th, 2018

Commissioning an artist can be a great to decorate your space, a meaningful gift, or a treasured family keepsake—all while supporting an artist, not just a big company. But it can be terrifying. Not only do you have to share an idea you have with someone you see as creative and talented, but you …

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