After creating a standalone illustration of a girl sitting on the moon, I began working on a poem, which I then illustrated in full to create a children's book. The book is called Good Night, Little One and tells the story of a little girl and the adventures she has in her dreams. It's a book designed for children under the age of 5. Available here is a selection of pages from the book.
In 2018, I created test character animations to imagine how the character could transfer to other forms of media.
I've always loved working with kids, through being a camp counselor, babysitting, and being a teacher's assistant. I loved being able to combine my passion for illustration with my love for helping kids.
I printed and bound a copy of the book, as well as created an accompanying stuffed doll to introduce a marketing plan for the book.
As a student in the Graphic Design II class, I spent a semester developing a campaign for a social cause. I chose to redesign the current breast cancer awareness movement, with a focus on eliminating misinformation that can lead to over-treatment and over-diagnosis.
One of three example posters designed for the campaign. Posters are hung in a series of three side by side, with each poster displaying a different survivor's quote about dealing with breast cancer in stages- diagnosis, treatment, and aftermath.
This ribbon wall hangs in public spaces. Each ribbon is printed with a fact or fictional statement put out by breast cancer awareness campaigns.
As a member of Scout Studio, I worked on a team, designing the branding, marketing site, packaging, and chrome extension for unsize, a startup aiming to revolutionize the online shopping experience.
The main roles I took in working with unsize were as an illustrator and the designer of packaging. I also created the brand book for compiling all collateral and resources created throughout the project. I created the packaging for Tailor, the smart measuring device currently in production.
In creating illustrations, I designed a series of characters, then created variations in size and color for each character to allow for maximum inclusivity and variability in usage.
A series of illustrations created for the brand.
An example of color and size variations on an illustrated character. An entire library was created for each individual illustration.
A page from unsize’s brand book, displaying typography and color.
A page from unsize’s brand book highlighting important features of the illustration style.
One of my tasks was in creating animations to highlight Tailor, unsize’s smart measuring device. Videography by Jon Corbett.
While working at Definition 6, I had the opportunity to design for NFL UK, which brought American football to UK fans. One of the major projects I worked on was creating infographics that would give team history and statistics to easily introduce the teams to new viewers.
I was responsible for designing the entire layout for the infographics, as well as the typography, callout boxes, and illustrations.
These illustrations are from personal projects, ranging from class assignments, to gifts, to standalone pieces.