I had the pleasure of working with Seattle’s own, Katie Kuffel, on designing merchandise for her Fremont Abbey Sessions project in fall 2016. I designed a poster and a t-shirt that served as prizes for people who pledged to the Kickstarter campaign.
Circuit is a UX/UI design conference that I created for a branding class.
Circuit empowers and inspires young designers by giving them tools to succeed in the professional world and creates a space to connect with like-minded creative people.
I developed Circuit’s brand and through the creation of the conference program, I carefully curated the speakers and events in order to support the mission of the conference.
CATHEDRALS is a concert series produced by Abbey Arts, held in Seattle’s St. Mark’s Cathedral. This project started as just a show poster, but the geometric design was very well received and it evolved into the brand for CATHEDRALS. With the assistance of my co-workers at Fremont Abbey Arts Center, I developed posters, merch, and signage for the four-part series for fall 2016, that will continue with the next shows in this ongoing series.
This school project was based on taking an existing product and packaging it in something it normally wouldn't be in. Enter, carrot sticks packaged in a marker box. I created “Crunchables”, a carrot stick snack for kids on the go.
The pattern is hand drawn with crayon and I created two games to go on the back of the box.
This app was created for a UX/UI design class. Are You a Lady? Is an online community for teenage girls to find articles and events centered around a variety of topics like music, art, politics, film, self-care, and more.
The Are You a Lady? App is an easy way to browse the existing online content and find events in your area where young people specifically can meet like-minded peers.
This idea was developed because of my noticing a lack of accessibility to art events for teenagers and my frustration as a teenager with the lack of like-minded people around me. My goal for the app is to create a space that is supportive, informative, and inspiring for teens as well as encourage opportunities to meet new people and experience art.
I created this promo video for the launch of Mold Magazine for a motion graphics class. I have been following the Mold instagram account a long time and I was really excited to try to achieve their aesthetic in the form of video.
Next Stage is an art business development program for artists ages 18-24 produced by Abbey Arts.
I designed a set of fliers that promoted the program as well as the summer Next Stage workshops that were available to the public.