The Anabus website now has content and can be viewed here. The final version of the website should be up and running within the next week! As for future projects, I will be soon be posting my card designs as the holidays are fast approaching.
A stamp collection celebrating different types of gaming consoles.
The Arcadia University Holiday Card for 2010. The design reflects the schools position as the top university in the country for study abroad.
The Arcadia University Thanksgiving Day Card for 2010.
A 'z' fold booklet explaining the function of a Lightbook, a product I designed to help children cope with nyctophobia. Photo courtesy of Katy Gosda.
An illustration from a retelling of Aesop's fable the Lion and the Mouse. If you'd like to see the full book, you may download a pdf file of it here.
The cover of the first issue of The Underground Treehouse, a literary magazine created by a friend of mine.
A logo for the organization Voices of Change, a group that promotes awareness about human slavery and trafficking. You can check out their facebook page here.
A logo for a mock Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. You can check out its corresponding website by clicking here, or in the web section.
A canvas bag entered in AIGA's BYOB competition about nutrition. The type was carved out of lineoleum and hand-stamped onto the bag's surface.
A microbrew beer inspired by the outlaws of the Wild West.
Part of a project where I had to observe people in a given space (in this case, a laundromat) and design something that would make them use that space differently. I had noticed that many people were frustrated by machines that appeared to work, but then didn't. The status magnets were a way for them to label which machines worked and which didn't. Photo courtesy of Katy Gosda.
I'm a graphic designer currently based out of PA. I received a BFA in graphic design from Arcadia University after graduating in 2011. I am young and energetic with an extensive skill set, a solid work ethic, a positive attitude, and a willingness to experiment and learn.