a poster and postcard invitation designed for the Davenport House Museum Preservation Fest Wrap Party, representing the seven women (in their pearls!) who saved the Davenport House and started preservation in Savannah.
this project took the difficult problem of representing time in a visual way, and turned it into an attractive final product. the final product can be hung from a pin in the center and rotated for easy reading.
a full redesign for a small bakery with a speciality in french-style macarons. the logo and scheme is meant to evoke the pastel, cute little round pastries while still having a refined feel. the result is warm and flexible and fun.
a design for a photolithography print, a Halloween event at Van Cortlandt Manor, in Croton-on-Hudson. this was only a 3 layer print, but it used a gradient [blue to orange] to create a more multi-dimensional effect.
redesigning this existing New Patent Filing Checklist from an existing product was no easy feat. Working with staff from the office, I clarified the work flow and presented them with a new form that would make opening files faster and easier.
this handful of spreads represents a layout concept for a magazine. the content was handed to me, as was all imagery; the trick was to fit it into the pages, using a solid grid from one to the next, and a unified color scheme.
this conceptual and premium redesign of IMDb.com was inspired by tumblr’s simple and customizable user interface. my goal was to make it simple for users to customize the flow of information based on their needs and interests.
getting a flu shot is such a small thing that can have such a major impact. this poster was intended to emphasize just how small a flu shot could be, while encouraging students at Parsons to take action..
a photo lithography print using four colors: cream, light blue, black and gold. this money was based on some Victorian IOU bills that I researched and found. the end result, once printed, served as my Christmas cards.