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At the University of Denver, I received a double major in Mass Communication and Graphic Design. I was privileged to study with Linda Cobb-Reilly and Judy Anderson. With their guidance I was able to unite the two disciplines in my senior thesis, “Nicaragua, Objectivity, and the Press.” I carved and printed the linoleum blocks, typed the pages to be enlarged and copied on Classic Columns ribbed stock, and sewed the custom slipcover.
On A Silver Platter—A booklet of poems and linoleum block cuts that was part of a show at the Art Students League in Denver
Poems in this booklet were inspired by the work of Amnesty International and an Arvada Center Production of ”When the First 200 Letters Came.” 
This handmade accordion-fold book created in Barbara Takanaga's intaglio class at the University of Denver was inspired by the work of Amnesty International. 
This early resume received an Art Director's Club of Denver Unaward for Unmitigated Courage.