Digital illustrations of Tasmanian devils.
Illustrations of the Tasmanian devil. Drawings are meant to reflect an amateur/childish style. Last image includes early sketches.
Two spreads on allergies and cat ladies as part of an exploration of the night of a fateful dinner party.
Mock title design for The Shape of Water. An example of the type animation is shown in the last image.
Spreads from a 64-page visual narrative about a binder clip who longs for a vacation from their boring office day-to-day. Photo-based with a few graphic elements.
An eight-page representation of a possible future in which a disastrous Trump term is followed by the election of Mark Zuckerberg, who plunges the nation into further chaos. A savior arrives in the form of Obama being elected for a third term.
Created as part of a politically focused workshop.
A pedestal holding a prized jar of Joe T. Garcia’s Salsa Picante. Made of chips, hot glue, styrofoam, and spray paint. Chip tower includes a notch for the lid of the jar when salsa is in use.
Created as part of a workshop on plinths.
Speculative book covers in the Constructivist style.
An informational poster about the cow-buffalo hybrid more commonly known as the beefalo.
Final cover chosen by the artist FRENSHIP for their EP Run Wild, along with five drafts of the cover and a shirt.
Created as part of my Red Light Management internship. Original art by Allison Kunath.
The Harvard Crimson is the largest student-run paper on Harvard’s campus with a daily readership of over 14,000. As Design Chair senior year, my responsibilities included managing a staff of 40, overseeing the design direction of both the print and online publications, maintaining The Crimson's brand identity, and fulfilling day-to-day design duties.
Images include a podcast cover, recruiting poster, breaking news front, and page from The Crimson's Year in Review supplement.