media student // oklahoma
I'm Charis. I'm 20. I can work a camera, make a decent cup of coffee, and walk on my hands while balancing toy poodles on my feet. I never over exaggerate.
things I like:
Music - Unplanned adventures - Burlap - Ampersands-
- A good book
- An old book
- Grumpy creatures of the feline variety - Music - Movie nights - Lazer tag - Pro/Con Lists - Lists of any kind, really - College - Nashville - Colorado - North Carolina - New York - Europe - Nostalgia.
things I don't like
Hot weather - Olives - Being stressed - Feet - crappy Mac and Cheese - McDonalds - Ice on sidewalks.
My brilliant Seester has officially finished her first semester of college and is headed back to Texas! I’m so incredibly proud of @thes arahgracee and I’m excited to see what she accomplishes. LOVE YOU, SEESTER!
"Idlewild is a travel themed bookstore with locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan in New York City. The store gets its name from the original name of JFK airport in the 60s, during the golden age of air travel. Idlewild sells books about travel, countries, language, and culture as well as books in different languages for adults and children. My goal with this project was to elevate their brand and give it a lively kinetic voice."
Andrew Colin Beck is a graphic design student at Brigham Young University (Graduation August 2013) in Provo Utah. Andrew just finished an internship at the amazing Edenspiekermann in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. He is married to Ashley, his college sweetheart and they have a new baby named Colin. They like singing, running, hugging, and oxford commas.
One of the little known facts/ insecurities about me is that I absolutely hate my profile. I’ve always found profiles of other people incredibly interesting and beautiful. However, I’ve always hated mine with a passion. My chin sticks out too much, my forehead is weirdly flat, and my indian heritage has uh…”blessed” me with a strange looking nose (thanks grandpa).
However, I have not only come to accept my flaws, but I’ve learned to fully embrace them. They’re what make my face MY face…and I’m incredibly thankful.