Phone Book Iterations
Graphic Design, Print Design, Typography
Iterations of a phone book cover, based off a joke—"they're still printing the phone book?"
Alpha is a wide, serif display face with alternate widths and a flair for drama. Created with guidance from Font Bureau's Richard Lipton.
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly
Redesigned the identity for The Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, and art directed and designed several issues from 2017-2018.
Speculative design and copy for a lunar cold cream with odd effects. Inspired by Italo Calvino's short story, "The Distance of the Moon."
Inspired by Rebecca Solnit's A Faraway Nearby, Ulna is a typeface optimized for body text that references the rough edges of boulders, bones, and ice.
Logo, branding, and mobile UI design for Eariously, an app that lets you listen to the things you want to read. App by Nick Rimsa and Brendan Barr, UX design by Kia Jones.
An opening show and exhibition showcasing four display typefaces by 8eyes type foundry. A collaboration with May Kodama, Kaitlyn Nee, and Taryn Oshiro-Wachi. Advised by Font Bureau's Richard Lipton.
A 35" x 50" poster on light pollution using photographs I took of city lights in Providence, RI.
RISD Convocation 2016
An identity for RISD convocation, using the given theme of “fumbling” as a metaphor for the process of searching and experimenting in the intermediate stages of a project.
A poster on deforestation—its causes and the future.
An interactive program that grows grass and sprouts flowers on screen wherever yellow is spotted on the webcam. Coded with Processing.