FILM & DIGITAL MEDIA
I worked as a graphic designer for a tech incubator in Silicon Valley, designing many of their conference materials, presentations, signage, stationary, and annual reports.
In 2011 I was part of a start-up team of computer scientists, businessmen and content creators to build an educational website that leveraged Wikipedia to help you learn. I made a variety of icons, buttons and other graphics for the website, and drafted several web page designs.
During my senior year of college, I wrote a collection of essays about how the Bogeyman is portrayed in folklore around the world. Every culture has a Bogeyman! I then designed, illustrated, and bound (by hand) this artist's book. There are only two editions.
I was hired onto this project to design, illustrate, copy edit, and typeset this book, which was written by two theologians.
In early 2017 I donated several works of graphic art to the Women's March. My poster was later chosen by The Amplifier Foundation to be exhibited in a special nation-wide gallery tour of artwork created for the Women's March on Washington, promoting gender equality and civil rights.
I designed, edited, and self-published this portfolio art book for a ceramics artist based in Auburn, CA, who sold copies at her art shows.
MARKETING & GRAPHICS
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C100 CANADIAN TECH MAP
While working as a graphic designer for the C100, they asked me to build a map that displayed all the most prominent and successful tech companies from Canada according to geographical location. It was quite a challenge to fit all the companies on one document, but it's definitely a tribute to the success of Canadian enterprise!