Graphics created for CityPoint, a shopping center and public space in Brooklyn.
Designed at Pentagram in 2017 with Haley Taylor and MIchael Gericke.
Print and Signage materials designed for New York Live Arts, a public dance and theatre company in New York City.
Designed with Dinara Guzhavina at Pentagram in 2016. Wordmark designed by Matt McInerney.
Documentation photography by Martin Seck
The Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center required a campaign refresh. To make the ads more authentic, human, and distinctive, we held a photoshoot to capture real people viewing the skyline from the deck, rather than isolating the skyline itself.
Using the discarded shots from the photoshoot, I also created a stop motion video to fill some digital ad space.
Designed with Haley Taylor and Michael Gericke at Pentagram in 2016/17.
A re-brand of Boston Properties, a nationwide real-estate investment firm. The name and mark comes from their stock symbol and suggests upward movement. Designed at Pentagram in 2016.
Identity created for Nearwater Capital, a new financing firm in Manhattan. The design reflects the elegance of the product as well as the experience of the founder.
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Designed in 2017.
Wordmark and promotional items designed for Micah Walter, a connoisseur of creating digital objects that enhance the museum experience. His work crosses the fields of technology, writing, photography and programming.
Designed independently in 2017.
While living in London for a year I began to collect words that I found amusing or different in some way. I wrote, designed, and illustrated this book to share my words and experiences with others.
The concept for this project was initially realized as part of a collaborative assignment at the University of Connecticut. Other group members were Emily Nitti, Kathleen McIntyre, Sara Jamshidi, and Taurean Stovall.
Illustration for Bar SixtyFive at Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center. Designed at Pentagram in 2016.
For a motion graphics class, we were required to invent and animate a story that preceded the final, static image in a postage stamp. To contrast the stillness of the stamp, I created a frantic scene of a factory packing and shipping boxes. I used film alongside vector illustrations to add a surreal quality to the animation. The audio is from Charlie Chaplin's A Modern Factory.
For my undergraduate thesis, I focused on visualizing time in order to communicate its significance. The final result was an interactive newspaper that contains one week's worth of wasted time, that I documented through photography. In addition to inserting common language associated with these experiences, I embedded videos in some of the still images to fully immerse the viewer in a period of stillness. I brought this paper to life using the Layar app.
A rejected logo option for the 25th Anniversary of Chazen Institute of International Business within Columbia University. Created at Taylor Design.
Daphne Geismar, New Haven–based book designer, makes beautifully thoughtful books for artists and museums. As a collaborative experiment, I joined her and two of my peers in designing her new portfolio site. We wanted to embrace the physicality of these books with large photos, horizontal scrolling and an arrangement of the books on the site that mirrors how one would experience them in real life.
I created this logo for Marsh + Woods Architects based on the idea of exactness. The two partners had the same number of letters in their names, a happy coincidence that also aligns with the precision required in the practice of architecture. To offset the technical perfection of the square, I chose a quirkier typeface to render their names. The business card shows a reverse image of the logo on the back to mimic the experience of looking through a window. Created at Taylor Design.
We were asked to create a walking tour of our favorite part of London. I chose to take my tour through the tube, passing through all of the underground lines in the order they were conceived. I used a multicolored thread to visually represent the individual lines and the knots to represent the stops on the tour. The experience of unraveling and inevitably tangling the thread is similar to the frustrating experience of the crowded underground.