As my graduate thesis project, I created a 3 part Virtual Reality experience optimized for the Oculus Rift. As a component of my presentation, I created a microsite with details surrounding the experimental design here.
I was responsible for the entirety of the project, including: storyboards, graphics, images, video content (including 360 degree video), and web development. Though my focus is geared more towards 2D graphic design, this was an incredible opportunity to experiment with 2D concepts in 3D spaces. From inception (meaning I knew absolutely nothing about VR with minimal coding experience) to completion in approximately 3 months, I learned and implemented the bulk of the material individually and had an absolute blast doing it.
An entire digital presence and rebranding project where I worked as Visual Producer. Developed and/or managed visual content for the site including icons, images, logos, color palettes, and promotional videos. Some Wordpress experience as well.
The site can be viewed here.
Worked on various projects for ArchNews and sponsored events, including: banner ads, social media ads, email blasts, print ads, posters, flyers, web graphics, etc.
Developed promotional materials (both print and digital) for lectures hosted in New York and Seattle by Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute. Materials included: digital signage, banners, ads, posters, flyers, and tickets. Created using Adobe Illustrator.
Created a press kit deck for non-profit organization B.E.A.T. using combination of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.
Created cards, flyers, posters, and various promotional materials for Hot On Yoga and Yoga to the People. During an ongoing freelance period, was very sensitive to the requirements and requests of the client in terms of the content they wanted displayed.
Logo/packaging project developed for a hot sauce brand from inception to completion. Idea was to create a radical and unique brand image that would help the hot sauce stand out, leaving a lasting impression on viewers. Overarching brand identity fell within the realm of "hot sauce for masochists". Completed using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
A high fidelity wireframe created for a mobile application focused on news and user-generated articles. The idea was to create an app that served as a resource for whistleblowers, conspiracy theorists, and supporters of figures like Edward Snowden. Completed using Adobe Illustrator.
Sample of document design based on a research paper created as a bio for world-renowned artist and designer James Victore. Completed using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.