Responsibilities included: Conceptualizing and prototyping layouts and new sections for redesign overhaul, layout of monthly features, packages and recurring FOB sections as well as photo editing, product styling, type styling, illustration selection, direct collaboration with design director, photo editor, and editors. Layout of ipad and tablet editions of the magazine.
Associate Art Director
Responsibilities included designing first roll out of Travel+Leisure iPad editions, creation and testing of interactive elements, translation of all print layouts into multi layered ipad pages as well as QA for first editions of the app.
Consultant/Designer in association with Surface to Air
Responsibilities included: developing templates, collaborating with art director and editor and chief to develop overall look and feel of issue launch, page layout, type styling, photo editing, as well as direct collaboration with off site editors and contributors.
Cut Paper Collages
A continuous project starting in 2007 using a mix of vintage and contemporary print materials accumulated on the street, at book markets or flea markets in a variety of locales. Collages were created over 7 years while traveling or vacationing through Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Hawaii, USA, Nepal, and Spain.
Responsibilities included: Designing and overseeing production for gallery invites and artist monographs.
A variety of identity explorations, the first being the proposed branding for Acadia Artisanals of Maine specialty foods. Icons for Covergirl mascara line variations, each icon illustrates the quality and thickness of eyelash you can achieve from eight different variations of the product. Lastly proposed logos for Organic Savings for Calgon, where the company gives a percentage of those profits back to an environmental organization.
Kopila Valley Women's Center
Women's Center Coordinator. Kopila Valley 2013-2014 Fellowship, Surkhet Nepal
Responsibilities included: Collaborating with organizational directors to create the overall mission, outcome goals and program timeline for the Women's Center. Creation and implementation of long term curriculum for sixty participants focusing on vocational skills (sewing and tailoring), life skills and basic Nepali and English literacy. Creating learning modules and daily class schedules. Management of teachers and staff, including visiting consultants, partnering organizations and their facilitators. Studio management, materials purchasing and project inventory. Product development and local market research. Creating baseline surveys and follow up for post graduation career support and development.
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