Illustrations for stick and poke flash sheet at Kamp Grizzly.
Studio: Kamp Grizzly
Stick and Poke Artist: Brianna Chatwin
A fun, mini Welcome Kit for new hires at Wieden+Kennedy as a part of a larger first day experience.
Role: Art Direction, Design, Production Design
The 51% exists to empower, connect and support the women of Wieden+Kennedy, both professionally and personally. I established guidelines for the brand, provided strategy for the brand positioning to gain funding, and concepted around a new website for the group.
Role: Concept, Strategy, UX/UI Design
As a member of a small design team, we were tasked establishing a new tone and voice for the Chiquita Bananas brand. Our primary deliverables were OOH takeovers in key U.S. cities.
Spring 2017 shoot for a variety of styled stock photo bundles for creative business entrepreneurs.
Role: Art Direction, Design, Assistant Stylist
Client: Brand Strategy Co.
Photographer: Brit Chandler
I worked with Brittany Chandler—owner and creative mind behind Social Strategy Co. in Lancaster, PA—to style a series of photoshoots. Following the shoots, I designed photo and social template bundles. The templates are sold on Creative Market and Social Strategy Co., catering to business entrepreneurs who want to elevate their social content in a consistent and identifiable way.
Design Week Portland asked the question, "We are in uncharted territory. What is our role in the changing political, social, economic, and environmental landscape, as designers?"
The reply from the designers at Wieden+Kennedy celebrated design's most prolific visual statements, the poster. The work was positioned outside the walls of W+K in conversation with the community.
Since the brief was very broad, my approach was investigating the impact design can have in spurring conversations across the political, social, and economic aisle. I created three triptychs that leveraged interactions between simple, geometric shapes to investigate political and social issues.
Culture Cache is a series of talks presented by Second Story and The High Museum of Art. The event is meant to bring together and explore the Maker Movement, the interplay between the arts and technology communities, and exchange ideas through conversation.
Role: Creative Concepting
Studio: Second Story
Merch created for a rad group of individuals attending the Women's March on Washington together on January 21, 2017. Women's Rights are Human Rights and Human Rights are Women's Rights.
Role: Art Direction, Design
Studio: Personal Project
This side project began as a few simple doodles in my sketchbook. Inspired by simple geometry and the intersection of repeating shapes, I found that I had begun to see the shape of an animal in the doodle of circles and lines in my sketchbook. I explored this series further with a variety of animals, linework, and symmetry.
Role: Concept, Design
Handmade & Handpicked Holiday Pop-up Shop was a creative collaboration celebrating the upcoming 2015 holiday season.
Role: Concept, Design
Client: ink & such, Moth Oddities, Moore Custom Goods