An online brand makes YOU supportable.

You’re not buying a logo, or merely making a website; you’re providing a way for people to learn about what you do, and decide if it’s something they’d like to support.

And here’s the secret; online branding is how many of us professionals are manifesting businesses that fully align with our values and personality.

If you’re brand is ready to be brought to life, I’d love to guide you in seeing the magic surrounding this process.

My Story

My first paying client was my Mom. Her and her some partners were opening up a law firm, and, no promises, but if I wanted to come in and pitch a few logo and website ideas, they’d listen.

I started my business in earnest after a divorce in 2015. Really, my skills were limited, but I knew the fundamentals of design and branding from my college education and a 12-week course in User Experience Design (now widely referred to as Product Design).

I was listening to as many marketing and personal development audio books as my iPhone could hold.

Needing to provide for myself and my kid, I also knew my values of independence, creativity, and purpose would need to be the driving force behind any work situation.

Honestly, being a brand and web designer didn’t even occur to me before. But after a few successful launches, I was hooked.

I love the entrepreneurial journey. The breakthroughs, the struggles. My love language might be ‘words of affirmation’ in the form of a Google review.

I’m proud of the person I’ve become, the skills I’ve learned, and the relationships I’ve made by being a business owner.



2018 – Developed Highly Anticipated’s 1st Full Branding Suite feeling super ‘official’


2021 – Redesign to incorporate the tulip as the symbol of beautiful growth and manifestation


2023 – Declaring a BOLDER and more authentic version of Highly Anticipated

A few things about me

Avid knitter - cables and colorwork are my fave

Raging ADHD diagnoised when I was 7; I'm super organized in my real-life & business, but spelling is an issue

My greatest strength is seeing and appreciating folks - also listening on another level

I have two kids with a 13 year age gap - often I look at them and think "You're welcome World"

I live in Downtown Redmond, which is my most favorite place (yes, I've traveled)