About Learning Inventions
My fairy toolbox is filled with a love of designing and illustrating for learning.
I believe in my Rubber Ducky Theory -- the idea that even the mundane can be fun (like having a rubber ducky to play with in a bathtub) and that we learn best when the process is entertaining.
Ever since I was a little fairy I created illustrated stories often starring animals that taught a lesson or presented some tool to help others. Fast forward to today I am still drawing characters but they now have wings or arms that move. I have a lot more training under my belt, a few degrees in design including a newly attained Master's Degree focused on design for learning, and certification in Media Design for Education. I've invented illustrated products, books, online programs, and even an online school, focused on empowering tools that help others, both kids and adults. More recently, I've illustrated and designed for the Tucson Museum of Art, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, and reinvented the Bulletin over at the Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church. I am still in the classroom teaching Digital Arts to very talented college students. Here are some projects I've worked on.
If I can help with your organization or business, help with designing or inventing, contact me. I'd love to help!