Hello Mr. Wieden, Kennedy, and Whom It May Concern.
I'm currently an art director at Grey where I work on AARP, Tums and Breathe Right. Before that I went to every state in America for a Kickstarter project. And before that I freelanced at Leo Burnett New York, where I found out I was really good at drawing animals.
These are some ads, projects and animals drawings I've created.
In 2013, I went on a Kickstarter-funded, 50-state, 99-day road trip to learn why locals called their state home (mainly food). Then I made a bunch of posters, postcards and a couple books from my learnings.
Below is the video of the project and sample spreads from the book.
You can view all 51 posters at /home
Rockets Space Patches
I remember watching the Rockets win their first championship with my dad in 1994, because we had to order Pay-Per-View and my mom ordered us pizza and that was a huge deal. I've been a fan ever since and to celebrate their 50 seasons, I designed nine space patches for their nine hallmark seasons (because I also love NASA).
In 2017, at the beginning of a new political climate, AARP needed a new campaign to help Americans remember AARP's humble beginnings and what they stand for.
Panadol Cold and Flu Commercials
A couple commercials for Panadol Cold & Flu that ran East and South Asia and the Middle East.
Ego's Deck Dream
Every day from June 18, 2016, to June 18, 2017, I imagined, my dog, Ego's dreams of what was beyond her deck's walls. Below are some of my favorites.
I needed a way to keep detailed notes on my projects, but my regular notebook wouldn't suffice. Inspired by dentists' charts and notes (I used to be a dental assistant), I made my own using some leftover patterns I painted.
In it, I can keep track of the project's color palettes and brushes, etc. This way, whenever I open up the Photoshop file at a later date, I'll know why I have so many inexplicable layers.
Flag of the World Pop-Up Book
In 2010, I was immobile from an ACL tear, so I watched a lot of World Cup and noticed how there were overlaps in flag designs. So I made this pop-up book to make sense of it all while all my friends played soccer.
The Sports Calendar
I wanted to know when I could expect to tune back into SportsCenter after baseball season was over, so I designed this chart and made it into a clock that takes a year to make one full revolution.
Feel free to look at more work or see my /latest projects on the blog.
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