While attending college at Sonoma State University, I was left without housing with very little notice. Instead of sleeping on a friends couch, I turned to craigslist and found a job as a ranch hand at a local farm. I moved into a double wide trailer and set up my workstation to continue my fine arts career at Sonoma State, but soon found myself working full time doing farm labor in the mornings and graphic and branding after lunch. Working early mornings and long weeks, I was also employed to do a series of long term design projects for the farm, revamping their website, redesigning their logos, and creating print work for their various fundraisers and farm events.