The University of Chicago, Discovery & Impact Dinner and Discussion: Imaging
Design/Art Direction: Designed printed invitations, segmented emails, and materials for event
The design mirrors the theme of the discussion on imaging. Printed on soft-touch paper with silver foil, the dots represent the images captured through our eye that make up our memories. The foiled dots literally reflect "the world around" the viewer, providing an interactive piece that speaks the the topic of the discussion to garnish intrigue and thought about the topic of the event.
Design and Creative Direction: Visual Identity, Front-end Website Design, Investor Deck, Marketing
The objective was to position Flower Therapy Nite as a fun, unpretentious company that cares about it's community. Flower Therapy Nite is proud to use American grown flowers and celebrates the timeless art of flower arranging.
Typographically, classic fonts were used in combination with a modern, energetic script font to create a timeless yet modern balance. The circular emblem is a stamp of pride for supporting local farmers and the art of the handmade. The color palette is vibrant to convey warmth and a fun night out. Bright color blocks are paired with funky patterns to add variety.
A personal piece developed to spread awareness of a drastic increase in the rate of endangered species.
Park Hyatt Travel Book, Design and Icon Creation, The Hyatt Studio
Grange Hall Burger Bar, Identity Design, Which Came First?
A farm-to-table burger spot situated in restaurant row in Chicago.
The University of Chicago, Discovery & Impact Dinner and Discussion: CRISPR
Design/Art Direction: Designed printed a save-the-date, invitation, segmented emails, and materials for event
CRISPR, a gene-editing tool, was the featured discussion at the dinner. Created for a science-loving audience, the discussion focused on CRISPR and the ethics behind this technology. The design is minimal yet bold– featuring DNA with one piece die-cut out, representing how portions of DNA can be edited. The die-cut provides a visual and tactile experience around the topic to foster excitement for the event to come.
¡Hello Tacos! and De Cero, Identity Design, Which Came First?
Feeding a more formal crowd by night, De Cero needed fun day-time flair to cater to a more casual audience. Thus, ¡Hello Tacos! was born.