Take Time to Toast, created by Danielle Gibson Events, is devoted to bringing together the most creative and innovative female entrepreneurs to learn, collaborate and toast each other’s successes. Take Time to Toast believes that women are Better Together when we take time to toast each other. The more we share, the more we toast, the more we thrive. The event was filled with inspiring speakers, networking opportunities, wellness, education, food, and drinks.
Styled mid-century inspired wedding, hosted by the Royal Palm hotel in Miami Beach and featured in Brooklyn Bride. I wanted to share my love for mid-century and contemporary design as both an art director and designer. I felt it was important to stay true to the culture and dynamic that is unique to Miami. Another major source of inspiration for the shoot were American designers, Charles and Ray Eames.
Summer is ending and I’m torn between holding on to the last few beach weekends and waking up as late as possible while still making it to work on time. What I won’t miss? The humidity and death-defying heat. Summer or not, all year 'round I obsess over colors and this summer I had the exciting opportunity to collaborate with a group of women whose vision and authenticity made for the best collaboration.
Branding project for interior designer, Danielle Cano-Marrero of Dmaree Home, Design and Decor, based in South Florida. She provides a unique selection of home decor that reflects a combination of modern and traditional styles.
Boy Meets Girl
Boy Meets Girl is an upscale children's boutique in the heart of Coral Gables. Email marketing campaigns are sent monthly promoting sales, new collections and in-store events.
Commencement is the most celebrated event at Miami Dade College. The Colors of Success campaign promoted various events surrounding Commencement, including: Cap and Gown Registration, Grad Rally, and Graduation Day for thousands of students who have achieved this milestone.
Every year Miami Dade College celebrates faculty and staff who have reached significant career milestones. The campus president recognizes those employees who have been with the college for 10, 20, 30, 40 years, and Retirees.