Project: School | Senior Thesis
Throughout society, inequality and discrimination have taken effect in a multitude of ways. For a woman, unfair and unequal treatment begins at birth, developing over time. Society and perception may change, but sexism and ageism remain, especially in the workplace.
This project explores the lifespan of a woman and analyzes the historical, social and psychological backgrounds behind some of the endless injustices that go along with it.
Both the publication and wall piece were chosen and featured at The Museum of FIT. 2018 Graduating Student Exhibition, May 9-24.
Glossa (γλῶσσα), a Greek word meaning "tongue" or "language,” and the name of a new language-learning app. Chat your way to fluency through your reliable AI chat partner Zoe, fellow students, and in-person challenges.
Zoe is visualized as a pair of 3D lips, as lip-reading is known to be a successful tool when learning a language. Users can also converse with fellow students, using Apple’s Animoji technology. The app utilizes a broad color scheme to represent the diverse culture language derives from.
In Winter 2018, I was one of six students selected to participate in a workshop exploring innovative ways to communicate FIT's new brand message through the use of time-based media. Creative Technology & Design's faculty and students partnered with FIT's CER office and Pentagram.
The core concept of this animation series, "Unleashed Imagination" is to demonstrate how creativity and imagination can lead to numerous design possibilities even when using just a circle, a fundamental shape in the FIT brand.
A collection of real and imaginary posters throughout the years featuring different projects amongst the film and performing arts industry.
Repositioning and re-branding Interference Archive, a volunteer-run library dedicated to cultural production and social movement.
Interference Archive's new brand will form a new and improved cultural hub for past, present, and future social activists.
The library welcomes activists of all kinds, with the focus of strengthening a new younger, generation of social movement through a more organized, approachable, and involved manner, not only reaching out to the neighborhood, but the entire city.
I am the design director for The Interval, a theatre website founded to be a virtual home for female voices of the theatre. Since I led the rebranding in 2016, I joined the team as sole designer. Projects span across all mediums and applications, including advertising, social media, content, and more. Various examples and personal favorites are featured.
Netflix is a subscription-based film and television program rental service that offers media to subscribers via Internet streaming and US mail.
In this rebranding attempt, I explored various symbols, incorporating the play and pause button and further highlighting Netflix's most popular service.
"If you haven't been hacked, you will be." An infographic animation on data security. Inspired by binary code, I wanted to inform viewers, as if from within a computer.
Client: SpotCo, Amélie on Broadway
A music video celebrating the release of "Stay," one of the hit songs on the Amélie cast recording. The music video incorporates a mix of the Amélie cast recording sessions (featuring Phillipa Soo and Adam Chanler Berat) and creative fan art. Amelie opened on Broadway on April 3, 2017 with a final performance on May 21, 2017.
Following identities of Lincoln Center and The Metropolitan Opera, I created a typography-based campaign highlighting past, present, and future opera seasons.
The triptychs are based on four different approaches, including metaphor, manipulation of symbols, juxtaposition, and typography.
Client: SpotCo, Lincoln Center Theater
An animation promoting LCT3's production of Bull in a China Shop, taking place at the Claire Tow Theater, February 11 - March 26, 2017. Meet the women past and present behind LCT3's BULL IN A CHINA SHOP, a new play by Bryna Turner, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.