What has shaped you?
We are constantly being molded by our
environment. I have had people and experiences
that were important in helping me arrive at where
I am now, but I am also aware that everything and
everyone I have come in contact with has left their
imprint on me, and it just so happens that design
is the one that stuck with me through it all.
To re-brand the corporate identity for the Belleville
Bulls. Solution: For the re-branding of the corporate identity
I wanted to design something that got away
from the typical cartoon character with a hockey
stick, and make something that had a more
sophisticated look but still captured the feel of a
book cover re-design
Challenge: To re-design the book sleeve for the novel "Fight
Club" using all illustration. Solution: I wanted to make something that would be
visually eye-catching on the shelf. I used dark
colours and accented with pink to have something
that really popped. The idea behind the soap was
to take an important topic out of the novel and
have a focus on that for the cover.
To design stamps and the full collection for the
International Year of Forests. Solution: For these pieces I wanted to design something
that focused on the impression that humans
have on forests. The handprint symbolizes the
impression we have so I overlaid it on top of
images of various things that relate to forests to
To create a poster that creates promotion for the San
Francisco Film Society. Solution: For this poster I wanted to create something that
had a focus both on the film and on the city of
San Francisco. I wanted to play on the "California"
aspect with the variation of sunglasses, then subtly
add a small feature of film with the cutout film strips
on each pair.
To create a campaign to promote the up-coming
typographic conference in Spain.
The challenge for this assignment was to create
something that both focused on typography and to
make something that had a focus on Spain. I wanted
to use warm colours such as reds and yellows to do