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.
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.
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.
I'm always looking for opportunities to combine my passion for design and theater. Sitting in a theater audience triggers my imagination and creative process on the daily, making me feel the need to give something back. As a designer, I've used illustration to highlight a growing number of memorable theatrical productions.
I wanted to create a style different from what we usually see tied to theatrical illustration. I take a minimal approach, removing the facial features from the characters to create a more universal effect, honoring past, present, and future casts.
PRINTS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
In January 2017 at BroadwayCon, held at the Javits Center in New York City, I sold my character charts for the first time, including prints, stickers, totes, pins, and more. After the success of that incredible weekend, plans are being made to launch an online store, coming soon in the next couple of weeks.
CUSTOM CHARTS & PRODUCTS
Along with the prints featured below, I am available for custom charts. If you have an idea, whether it's designing a card for a family reunion, a phone case featuring your favorite film cast (or really anything else), send me a message and we can chat. If you're interested in purchasing a chart on a product that may not be available (magnet, pins, t-shirt, custom print size, etc) contact me and we can discuss that as well.
I'm always interested in seeing what people would like to see next, so if you have a request for a specific show, let me know! It will be added to the queue, and hopefully designed in the future. If you'd like to speed things up, turn that suggestion into a custom request, and I'll get started!
I am the graphic designer for The Interval, a theatre website founded to be a virtual home for female voices of the theatre. Since rebranding in 2016, additional projects and tasks have included web and digital content, animation, and video editing.
Designers: Desiree Nasim, Adrian Ballesteros, Maggie Chan
Responsive website re-design for The Atlantic, America’s leading destination for bravethinking and bold ideas that matter, engaging its print, online, and live audiences with breakthrough insights into the worlds of politics, business, the arts, and culture.
The new website utilizes an exciting new color scheme, unique symbol set, consistent layout, and new features for stronger user interface.
Client: Doug Devita Plays
Part of the Winterfest Theater Festival Competition 2017. Performances: February 28, 2107 @ 6:15pm, March 4, 2017 @ 8:30pm, and March 5, 2017 @ 1pm - Sunday at Hudson Guild Theatre, New York.
Project: The Interval
Client: The 24 Hour Plays
On November 14, 2016, Director Leigh Silverman was honored with the Artistic Inspiration Award at the 16th Annual Gala Production of The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. The Interval joined in on the celebration and produced a video honoring Leigh. The video was animated by me and played at the event, held at The American Airlines Theatre.
Following Paula Scher's Lincoln Center branding, including The Metropolitan Opera identity, I created a type-based campaign highlighting past and present opera seasons.
The triptychs are based on four different approaches, including metaphor, manipulation of symbols, juxtaposition, and typography.
"What does New York City really need?" I was prompted to create a fictional company and developed its brand identity and applications. Reelway is the first indoor drive-in movie theater in New York City.
Reviving the 1950s drive-in theater, Reelway solves the concept's 70 year old problems while promoting reminiscence, revival, and renewal. With vintage cars, dining options and a virtual night sky, Reelway brings the past to the present in a unique, innovative way.
Rebranding Netflix, a subscription-based film and television program rental service that offers media to subscribers via Internet streaming and US mail.
I began sketching. I wanted the new logo to include a feature that helps identify the company. I explored various symbols, intrigued by the idea of incorporating the play and pause button. I formed the tagline Power to Play because one of Netflix' greatest qualities is its 24/7 streaming.
Three flavors of a chocolate bar line FIT 70, celebrating 70 years since the opening of the Fashion Institute of Technology. In spirit of the creativity and artistry that surrounds the school, the chocolate bars illustrate and highlight the growing number of majors to students, as well as the urban, one-of-a-kind jungle FIT is located in: New York City.
A guide featuring famous and historical structures like Grand Central Terminal and the Brooklyn Bridge. The guide is color-coded with an introductory map.
Tiffany & Co Infinity and Paloma product line brochure, highlighting signature pieces for each respective line and promoting company process in regards to mining of raw materials used in the signature line of products.