OnStage Dance Company's Repertory dancers & Jennifer Kuhnberg have collaborated on a two-part show. They commissioned me to shoot promotional photos & to design a 4x6" postcard that represented both halves of the show equally. July 2015.
This series is the result of combining playful nonpareils with classic number, currency, and punctuation symbols. The complete set is available for view/license on Stocksy. Winter 2015.
Initially challenged to create an alphabet series, I couldn't resist the opportunity to mix & match the letters into relevant words. To see more images from this shoot & to review licensing options, head over to Stocksy. Fall 2014.
A loose series of time/calendar words as expressed with built typography. Full set. Spring 2014—Present.
Prototype travel magazine: seeks to provide a less cluttered and materialistic perspective on travel. Articles/features emphasize slow travel. With a couple exceptions, the content used does not belong to me: it was an academic exercise & credit is provide where possible. Spring 2014.
Gardening book: built & photographed my own terrariums for use in this project. Wrote the text for introduction & history; the rest is borrowed from a mix of other sources. Winter 2013-14.
This multi-dimensional identity project demanded a logo, stationery, ident sequence, and identity guide for a TV station of our design. ATMOS is conceived as a weather channel for a higher class of consumer that favors intellectual content and programming. Fall 2013.
As an intern for the Design Museum Foundation's Boston headquarters, I was responsible for designing a series of panels for a planned exhibition (working title: "Design Means Business"). The panels conformed to the museum's established brand identity guidelines, including the basic grid structure, typography, and palette. Within these constraints, I built on the museum's image library and created supplementary infographics. In addition, I designed the exhibition's "doticon" — an event logo that is used across print and digital platforms. Summer 2013.
How do you demonstrate just how staggering the gun violence statistics are in the US, especially when compared to the rest of the world? Using simple imagery, I show three ways of looking at the numbers. Spring 2013.
A school project in which we were challenged to create a series of three posters publicizing Sparktruck. Fall 2012.
Illustrations created to accompany an essay about our perception on animals when they become roadkill.Spring 2012.
Sundry exercises and experiments from my sketchbook and elsewhere. Spring 2014—Present.