designed marketing assets and event collateral for Guess Jeans USA’s collaborative line with London streetwear brand, Places+Faces at ComplexCon in winter of 2018
worked on billboard advertisements, wild postings, social media content, email marketing, and environmental design
visual branding design for the Guess Jeans USA “Farmers Market” collaboration with streetwear and vintage collector Sean Wotherspoon, which began as a 2-day event in Downtown Los Angeles, and spiraled into a 9-city world tour through the summer of 2018
worked on all facets of marketing and event design surrounding the collection: billboard advertisements, website design, illustrated graphics, city maps, invitations, event collateral, way-finding, social media content, email marketing, e-commerce content
kinetic typography video created to showcase Lineto's typeface, Simple
BFA thesis project
influential imagery and text fill an encyclopedia of personal style
pages and excerpts from the book were curated into a wall installation collage using digital prints and silkscreen
designed marketing collateral for the fall collection and fall collaborative drop Guess Jeans USA x Infinite Archives: billboard advertisements, website design, email marketing, and campaign image processing
influential imagery and text, with a running list of stream of consciousness throughout
pulling key words relating to each typeface, each card is a miniature type specimen
a simple and colorful infographic the 1990s rap world
answering the prompt "where will you be in 5 years?" I don't know where, but I'll finally be able to dress myself
this publication was born from on a basement wall
the phrase “shattered inhibitions” expresses the spontaneity of youth
a poster & accompanying mock ad campaign
This PSA was targeted at an informed audience, with the message that keeping abortion legal was the only was to keep abortion safe. Photographs of a mangled coat hanger in dirty city settings give the feeling of back alley abortion. Powerful statistics speak the message clearly.
collaboration with Sam Budow ( www.sambudow.com)
stepping away from the computer, these hand-made typographic pieces speak to humanity over digital precision
This is a series of visual responses (of unrelated subjects) to life events, news stories, and cultural experiences.
In designing an application for money management, I wanted to simplify the process so far that it was between only the user, and one other person. Carrying this simplicity, I used flat graphics, and a limited color palette. The App is meant to interface with an ATM.
This was a rebranding project, done in a group. We looked at BU’s School of Visual Arts’ 5 majors, and decided that a foundation in drawing was the common thread. With that, we created Draw On It: a quick workshop in which students were given a template reading SVA, and could draw on it however they pleased. The workshop would take place every semester and the images could change easily from semester to semester. The letters could be split and combined in various ways to promote the school, or put into combinations to promote individual majors. With a tagline “we are all drawn together” the ever-changing logo could be applied to print matter, t-shirts, etc.
a collection of digital, silkscreen, intaglio & relief prints