This was poster I created in design school to support a feign conference called the Color Conference. This conference focusses on how color can change an identity’s brand and why it’s important.
I shot, edited and illustrated this piece to capture the essence of a tiny city on top of my friend Eddy’s head
Making things out of clay is something I have really grown to love doing in my free time.
SPU needed a marketing push for porch shots - group photos of students in off campus housing.
This board game Emoticope, I created as my Senior Capstone project in design school. I created the concept of the game to tailor to counseling sessions for families. Then created the design and physical piece.
I created a set of 21 lamps for Watts Media to pass out to clients during the holidays. This process consisted of ideation, sketching and design thinking. I sources all of the materials myself and brought in help for the physical created when necessary.
The wood bases were created to be a natural foundation to the lamp. We worked to engrave our logo on each wood base.
The bulb was a very important touch for us as it captures the personality of our team and the filament represents the Watts brand logo.
This packaging design project represents a brand of honey. The pastel colors and goofy illustrations represent the brand.
I illustrated myself on the cover of a Kinfolk magazine as an exercise to get more comfortable with small details in illustrations.
This poster was created as a school project to publicize an event about going vegan.