Digital event posters designed for clients to use on social media.
content designed to get people out to vote. designs were for grl supply and model citizens vote social accounts.
social media content
instagram posts and stories designed to portray the grl supply brand.
styled and shot - Always right, honey candle & mug combination in collaboration with Paige’s Candle Co.
Emotional Packages are designed to help bring acceptance to emotions that are commonly shamed or not talked about in a healthy way such as, but not limited to: depression, loneliness, and heartache. Acceptance of these emotions is meant to provide an easier and more peaceful experience when sharing and learning the difficulties that may follow.
The sayings used in each package serve as a theme and are meant to be taken however the viewer relates with the words the most, making Emotional Packages their own experience. Packages are composed of designed objects like; etched notebooks, stickers, button pins and pencils, as well as DIY projects like; mounting posters, making banners with sayings out of provided materials, and interactive worksheets to share with others. The DIY projects included in the packages serve as a coping tool. The user works with these sayings by crafting with their hands to relieve unwanted emotions or feel more comfortable with the emotions these words bring up.
With their bright colors and interactive products, Emotional Packages are meant to normalize different feelings in hopes of expanding these thought processes and coping tools past the packages and into homes.
Senior Thesis for Parsons School of Design. 2016.
hubba hubba habanero
Hot sauce design for small batch not for retail sauce in Brooklyn, NY.
queens craft bridgade
digital flyers and postcard designs for queens craft brigade markets held in queens, ny.
roil yogis rollerball packaging
A custom box for Roil Yogis and their Chakra Balancing Rollerball Set. Carefully designed to capture the full experience of the oils with my original water color painting as a background. All images taken by Roil Yogis.