Illustrated and animated this lil gif for ISL's 2015 Year in Review!
The Universe of Kaiju
This book is the product of my senior thesis. The Universe of Kaiju is an intro to my understanding of how kaiju within the universe of Godzilla began and what it means in the context of Japan during World War 2. Aside from the intro into this topic, I have chosen some of the most notable kaiju to highlight and share. Inspired by Toho and their unique approach in telling their stories, I wanted to re-create and re-imagine these kaiju in hopes of better understanding them myself.
Mobile Future: Internet of Things Infographic
At ISL, I designed and illustrated under the art direction of Sarah Sugarman how prominent mobile devices are becoming in our day-to-day lives.
I created photography for Sheetz social media accounts alongside an art director at ISL. I captured Sheetz in real life scenarios and also created settings to highlight their products.
*The paper models in the orange dreamsicle post were created in collaboration with Dawn Kang.
I provided Little Remedies with custom photography for social media. At ISL, I worked with art director, An Ly, to create imagery that focused on babies in playful contexts. We also explored photography featuring tiny seasonal baby items.
I created this photo series alongside art director, An Ly, at ISL. We highlighted Fiber Choice gummies and fibrous foods organized by color.
VW Social Illustrations
These illustrations and animations were done at ISL. They are posts for VW's social media channels.
GMU Art + Design Senior Show
I created the poster and branding chosen for the Fall 2014 Art + Design Senior Show at George Mason University. I was inspired by a fall color palette consisting of earthier, warmer tones, and I chose to represent the different disciplines of the School of Art through each one's different tools and actions.
Design Battle 2014: No Guts, No Glory!
Design Battle is an all out war between 6 of George Mason University's best design students. Competitors are challenged with a pre-selected themes, and given 20 minutes to conceptualize and execute their visions. They were then harshly judged by some of Washington DC's best pros. In the end there could only be one to rule them all- Design Battle Champion.
Inspired from the bloody battle the competitors had ahead of them, the theme was as gory as possible. The decapitated head was used ahead of the release of the full brand to build hype and mystery before it was revealed.