Created a simple and effective cover design for an e-book written by a good friend who used to work for Twitter.
A logo for a female comedy duo that put on a very entertaining podcast.
An elegant fashion logo for a local business.
I created some concept circus-themed banner ads in several formats for Frequence.
Created a typography-based layout for a graduation announcement.
Created the album art for a post-hardcore band called Den Mother, including selecting colors for the vinyl records.
An elephant wading in shallow water, drawn with a Wacom tablet.
An adoption letter from an Independent Adoption Center client. I was responsible for proofreading and editing text, selecting best photos, and all creative direction and design.
A 4 page editorial spread I wrote and designed for CSU East Bay’s photography program. All photos, interview, layout, design, and creative direction by me. Thanks to Katie Anastasio for the interview.
A logo for a non-profit organization that is being started by a few of my friends. At first they wanted a more literal illustration of a bridge. I went a little more abstract, but for good reason. The thin slanted arc symbolizes a lot in logo design. It can symbolize a bridge, but also the curving light on the edge of the earth, or a line between far away places. So it has more ties to the connection between the organization and Myanmar. It’s also simple enough to use across all platforms (web, print, shirts, signs, badges, etc).