Graduate thesis completed at North Carolina State University in May 2011
Small study designed to allow the user to make connections through various categories. Users can explore a database of monuments by to 'drawing' their path while connections are visualized for them.
Letter-pressed coasters designed for Kaleidoscope
This project was completed in the Winter of 2010 with Andrew Whitcomb
The goal of this project was to explore how technology can connect students with experts to help students achieve specific learning outcomes as defined by the North Carolina learning Standards for 7th grade English Language Arts.
This assignment, completed in a graduate studio course, was to design an initiation for a community using their existing visual language. This project targeted avid readers in the goodreads.com community into a basic understanding of the structure and design of a book.
This identity system was designed for an annual event at the University of Dayton celebrating academic excellence. Inspired by the work of Keynote speaker, Majora Carter, I created the leaves of the trees from cut recycled newspaper and paper.
While studying abroad in Cortona, Italy, I designed this poster to promote an art and design exhibition. This poster was displayed in the city of Cortona before the event. Information can be read in both English and Italian.