One of the first social-deduction, party games I played was Ultimate Werewolf by Ted Alspach. Here I created my own take on the main character cards that players might get.
In January of 2019, I designed a set of vinyl stickers to coincide with posters for a youth prevention program. This had an initial print run of 4,000 vinyl stickers, ordered from Rockin’ Stickers.
In January of 2019, I led the art direction of a new sexual violence awareness and prevention campaign geared toward middle school and high school students. The English version had an initial print run of 35,500 posters, ordered from Moo. Spanish versions are in the works and will be printed soon. These will be disseminatedContinue reading “Youth Awareness Posters”
In March of 2017, I worked with colleagues at the Connecticut Department of Labor and the Office of the State Comptroller to produce a payroll insert. This double-sided slip was sent to 10,000 state employees across Connecticut.
I led the art direction and rebranding of the “Where Do You Stand?” CT Campaign. This initiative focused on engaging local men in the movement to end sexual violence. Thousands of posters and info cards have been produced and disseminated to organizations across the state.
I designed branded apparel for Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence. Hooded sweatshirts were sold at the 2nd Annual Connecticut Women’s March and t-shirts were given to volunteers at the Solidarity for Survivors Rally.
I created an infographic poster for the Connecticut Department of Public Health as a way to highlight notable new statistics from their recent studies. 500 copies were produced in the initial print run but many more have been printed since. They are displayed in local schools, health clinics, counseling offices, and were featured at aContinue reading “CT Dept. of Public Health Infographic”
My independent study in senior year of college was on package design and illustration. I hand drew fruits and florals, then digitized them in Adobe Illustrator to create various labels for lotions and lip balms.
I created the playbill of a show that was performed at the NuBox Theatre of the John DeSotelle Studio in New York City. “Invincible Summer” is a play about coping with Parkinson’s, written by friend and former teacher Kevin Brodie. It is set in a park with heather flowers and a lion statue, and focusesContinue reading ““Invincible Summer” Playbill”