Selected graphic design work that highlights my skills in branding and illustration.
Restaurant identity. Saigon Shack is a casual sit-down Vietnamese restaurant in Greenwich Village, Manhattan. Since the restaurant is only a few blocks from NYU, this menu redesign uses a concept that educates visitors about Vietnamese culture and history to appeal to students and people who are unfamiliar with this type of cuisine.
New York perspective. An illustrated travel poster inspired by frequent trips to New York City.
Hand-drawn motion design. Title sequence for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Designer at heart. Custom-designed pocket notebooks for my senior BFA show. The inside cover offers encouraging tips from what I learned throughout my education, and with blank pages, you can use them to sketch, take notes, or list the things that make you happy.
Mental health stories. Nearly one in two people in the U.S. will suffer from depression, anxiety disorders or another mental health ailment at some point in their life. My goal for this integrated campaign was to convince individuals that they can make a big difference in the life of a person with a mental health disorder, whether a friend or a loved one. This campaign included magazine ads, a subway ad, and paid social. Each piece was designed to get people to learn more, show empathy, or otherwise support someone they know who may be suffering.
Music history calendar. Based on music history, this is a unique format for the conventional calendar structure. The design pairs critically acclaimed album releases from the past with months of the year. The final product is a set of six double-sided, playable vinyl records. This vinyl calendar could be produced as a museum gift shop item for the dedicated music lover.
The University of Akron, Myers School of Art