Romeo Dupuy

Rebranding of Seamless Motion Production, for Austin wedding videographer Romeo Dupuy. I created a logo, style guide, and custom Squarespace site. 

Elizabeth Stilwell combines professionalism with a creative insight that holds precedence over anything I’ve encountered in field of website design.

Not only did Elizabeth create an inspiring user-friendly platform for me to manage my website, she also created logos and concepts that were key in bringing the spirit and essence of my website to life.

Elizabeth also held me accountable and organized when it came to providing content for the website. She created tasks and lists of assignments that helped keep me on point and drive my website in the direction it needed to go for success.

Because of Elizabeth’s hard work and attention to detail, my website has launched what was barely a freelance career into a full fledged money making machine!

Celebrate the Eclipse with a Solar Powered Party

I wrote a piece connecting solar power to the eclipse in the summer of 2017. 

What if by living more in line with ecological systems like solar and wind, we could live the maximalist life he was hinting at? Maybe instead of always urging deprivation in service to sustainability, we could cheer on the infinite energy of the sun to power our best lives.

15 Conscious Apps Worth Your Data Space

I wrote and designed a piece about using technology to support your conscious lifestyle. 

Most of us have smartphones in hand, so why not leverage them for good? An app won’t be able to force you to do something you don’t want to do, but they are tools to help nudge, simplify, or streamline solutions. From shopping secondhand to mindfulness to self-care reminders, we all know there’s an app for that.

COnscious Horoscopes

I wrote and illustrated a monthly horoscope column for Selva Beat in 2017. Instead of the usual recommendations, my advice included ways to be a more conscious consumer and citizen. 

While we may take a tongue-in-cheek approach to our monthly astrological advice, climate change is very real (and so are our suggestions). As we continue to cover this topic, you might have a lot of questions like, “What is the best garbage bag to use?” or “Will my city be wiped out by sea-level rise sooner rather than later?” It’s tough to say! Climate change is a huge, complex issue, but there’s no better day than Earth Day to tackle your own personal impact.

LETTER for flippa k circle

Being a consumer today comes with a larger-than-ever responsibility. We need to ask ourselves: "How can I adjust my way of shopping—and thinking—to achieve a more sustainable fashion consumption?". Elizabeth Stilwell, creator of The Note Passer, has given this quite a bit of thought.

As I learned more about the unsustainable and unethical fashion industry, I mindfully extracted myself from thoughtless consumerism and interrogated my purchases.
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What Pepe the Frog Taught Us About Biodiversity

I wrote a culture piece connecting the demise of Pepe the Frog with the International Day for Biological Diversity. 

Pepe’s odious fate reminds us of the adversity many animals are facing thanks to our own destructive effects on the environment.


I wrote and illustrated a piece in collaboration with the Asian University for Women on garment workers in Bangladesh.

On a global scale, by way of cheap goods, we benefit from the exploitation of workers (especially women in developing countries). We can wear as many feminist slogan tees as we like, but without concrete action and change, they are merely empty sentiments. And without change to the garment industry, those same tees may be made under conditions which are exploitative to the women producing them.


I interviewed and photographed emerging designer, Christina De Smet.

In direct opposition to the fast fashion mentality of buy-and-toss, De Smet curates the pieces in her collection as ruthlessly as Taylor Swift selects her girl gang members.