I was tasked with creating tabletop advertisements in a local mall to support Anderson Center for Autism’s recruitment efforts. Careful thought was put into how the create advertisements that would speak to the viewer and wouldn’t appear out of place in a food court environment. To achieve this goal, I focused on creating advertisements that
Selected street photos from 2013 – present.
To promote Anderson Center for Autism’s yearly participation in Corporate Compliance Week, I was tasked with designing promotional materials in the form of a physical poster, a silent television bump (on closed-circuit televisions), and an outdoor display that uses three vertical televisions. The event was conducted mostly through email and designed to educate/remind staff of
Creating an effective entrance sign proved to be challenging. The entrance display consists of three separate vertical displays that do not sync up. The gaps between the displays are also a little larger than most. This breaks the illusion of the televisions being a singular display. To give the sign an appearance of a single in-sync display, I chose to
As the novel coronavirus continues to destroy families and communities, another threat is looming with our increased face mask and glove waste that is being littered in our streets and ocean. While the effects of the pandemic are harshly felt today, global warming continues to be an ongoing threat to humanity at large. Disposable face
Internal video campaign for Anderson Center for Autism I was tasked with designing a promotional video to make staff aware of the positive comments which were received from family members at Anderson Center for Autism. The video was displayed internally on silent closed-circuit televisions. All illustration assets were designed in Adobe Photoshop and the animation
Photo series of the 2016 United States presidential election and the events which transpired afterward. This series is a work in progress.
Selected landscape photos from 2009 – present