Google Chromebook Times Square

The Google Chromebook is a revolutionary laptop priced to be accessible to anyone. To celebrate the launch, Google staged a takeover of 9 of Times Square’s biggest screens for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. A key platform of the “For Everyone” campaign, the event encouraged users to upload their own images along with a “For…” caption […]

Brooklyn Historical Society: Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations

The Brooklyn Historical Society’s “Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations” is an oral history project and public programming series about mixed-heritage. I designed the logo and website for CBBG, as well as two print pieces: the fall 2011 brochure, and the spring 2012 brochure/poster. In addition to my design work, I was also a moderator/interviewer for an event at […]

Loving Day

Loving Day is named after Loving v. Virginia, the Supreme Court decision that legalized interracial marriage in the United States. It encourages people to host celebrations in honor of the case’s anniversary on June 12th. The roots of the project are in graphic design: it began as my graduate thesis at Parsons the New School […]

World Up

World Up is a non-profit organization that “makes the world smaller through hip hop, education, and technology.” I also designed their logo, business cards, a holiday card, and a typeface based on the custom lettering I initially created for their logo. The World Up logo was featured in Los Logos 4 (published by Gestalten). Grammy-nominated […]

Lincoln Center Infopeel

The Lincoln Center “Infopeel” is a large outdoor video display in front of Alice Tully Hall on Broadway. The Infopeel was built as a part of Lincoln Center’s architectural redesign, led by award-winning studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro. I designed, animated, and presented a branded graphic system for the Infopeel, which had to represent Lincoln […]


Cloudred is an interactive design studio based in New York City. I redesigned their logo, and created an animated montage to showcase their capabilities and their interactive work for companies like MTV and films like Mission Impossible III.


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