Promotional pieces used for social and digital for various events. For the pieces I create the visual direction and the illustrations.
A 30-piece public art exhibit in Philadelphia’s Walnut-Locust Station. All 110 advertising spaces in the station will transform into artist canvases for one month. The work will also fill any vacant ad space in the subway system for the remainder of 2019. #TRACKTAKEOVER -created by City Fitness and Rory
Woke Magazine is a satirical publication I created, that is based on social and political current events.
With the news and media content of today being so heavily based on trauma and negativity, Woke Magazine’s objective is to convey the same harsh realities in the most positive way possible.
The magazine uses illustration, and censorship to help its readers stay woke about the issues of today. These same elements are also used to comment on how media alters the information that is shared with the masses.
Illustrations used as animated stage graphics for Burna Boy and Atlantic Records at Coachella 2019. Animation by Aaron Fernandez.
Promotional pieces for Femme It Forward, a multi-format series of all female curated events hosted by Live Nation Urban.
Mural design for Fuku, a restaurant by Momofuku. The piece is displayed in Hudson Yards NY. Photos by: Cheyenne Cohen
Skate deck illustrations for Autonomy Skateboards. The limited edition collection is in collaboration with B4BC. A portion of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to Boarding for Breast Cancer. Selected designs are pro model decks for Jen O’Brien and Eliana Sosco. AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE
Editorial piece for The New New by Medium. The article “The Hidden Struggle to Save the Coffee Industry From Disaster”, expands on scientists who are scrambling to head off one unexpected impact of climate change.
Editorial piece for Zora by Medium. The article “Facial Recognition Has A Blindspot: Race“, highlights the flaws in AI and the problematic affects for people of color.
Cover art designs for various artists: Sun Son, Superfeel, Gabe Wolf, Not 97
Two hand painted murals for Microsoft Windows 10 in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. Highlighting the inking feature with Windows 10 PCs. Created in collaboration with Mila Thomsen.
Illustrations for the annual issue of Quell Skateboarding Magazine.
Quell Skateboarding is an independently run women’s skateboarding media platform. AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE
Motion graphics that I created as personal explorations
Out of home advertising for Nature Valley.
Including ingredient and product shoots for five subway station dominations in New York, Minneapolis, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston. I assisted McCann Design Team with direction by Shelby Hipol.
Digital out of home placements for Microsoft’s Surface Pro. The locations include Penn Station and the Westfield World Trade Center. I had the task of designing static and animated graphics.
Illustrations for Twenty Stories, a local destination for contemporary readers and writers. Illustrations are used for packaging, merchandise, and in-store placement.
I am in the process of making my own personal deck of tarot cards along with packaging.
Selected work for exhibitions in New York, Philadelphia, Delaware, Rhode Island, and the Philippines.
Rebranding for McCann’s agency, M:United (27). We took the elements of thebrand’s original logo and deconstructed it into a unique system that reflectedhow bold and creative the team is. In this new system “United” can become a variety of options from a library of
words, phrases, and icons. We also selected a new typeface, created a new color palette, along with patterns, signage, and merchandise.
MakeWhatsNext.com/pet is a computer game and webpage hosted by Microsoft to promote children learning to code. (active: 2016-2017). Art Direction: Susann Goerg Design: Jordan Moss
This project includes web design, as well as character design for the Make Your Own Pet game. Promotion includes a print ad with Kazoo Magazine, and social posts.
For the Windows 10, A More Human Way to Do campaign, I worked with a team on creative executions. Some of which were print ads, digital banners, and web layouts.
Illustrations for Hewlett-Packard’s HP Garage. The article introduces the “voxel”, the 3D pixels at the heart of 3D printing. Art direction by T Brand Studio.