Moonsafari is a 1970’s dot matrix and geometric sans serif typeface. Appropriate for use in branding, signage and editorial.
Poster design for the 2011 Alcuin Awards hosted at Emily Carr University. The Alcuin Awards honors both innovation and craft in book design.
Concept design for Dressing the Screen, a project for the D&AD Young Blood Awards.
As creative individuals we all face the same struggle, no matter what our field: we are obsessed with filling blank boxes. Whether we are painters filling a canvas or writers filling a page, we've made it our mission to transform blank boxes visually, emotionally, and conceptually in order to create something new. The 2012 Emily Carr Degree Exhibition Branding took this concept as a chance to showcase the process that each department goes through when producing their final work.
Deliverables included a printed book, web catalogue, various promotional materials, and exhibition signage.
In addition to this, art direction and photography was created for the exhibition book and print material.
Icon design for Heart Roasters Coffee website and brewing instructions.
The third issue of the Woo was a poster accompanied by a DVD. This issue focused on film and animation work from Emily Carr students and Alumni.
The goal of this project was to challenge ideas of what Canadian identity is. I aimed to design Canada’s identity in a way that would accurately represent each citizen’s identity as well as show the beauty in Canada’s diversity.
For my graduating thesis project I designed an identity system that would give each citizen in Canada an opportunity to contribute to the visual identity of Canada. At the heart of the project was an online program that would allow citizens to create their own logomark that would be used to represent them as well as represent the country abroad.
The brand expanded into flags, passports, websites, social media, stamps, postage, and more.
Creative direction and design for the second issue of the Woo was an 84 page publication showcasing the work of Emily Carr Students an Alumni.
Ocellus is a set of books aimed at archiving social media sources for historical purposes. Using the Japanese Earthquake as a case study, I interpreted the media through visual and print production techniques.
The project consists of 3 books, 3 booklets, and a map. The idea was to have the reader jump between the books and map to draw and make their own connections between sources.
Logo and website designed for Herschel Supply Company. I was the creative lead on this project, working with the marketing team, our in-house UX designer, and developers from Bright-kit. To see more of the website design go to wandertheworld.brightkit.com
Sushi Bang is a restaurant located in Vancouver B.C. The idea was to take Vancouverite's perception of Japanese culture and push it to its extreme.