Here are various poster art concept designs for the American Film Institute's Conservatory Showcase and the AFI Docs Film Festival in Washington D.C.
Geek & Sundry
Geek & Sundryis a company that is part of Legendary Entertainment's digital division. I was their sole designer. I designed web graphics, convention signage and promotions, logos, pitch decks for new developments, posters, bookmarks and other materials for company assets. Here are a few things that I've done for the company.
We worked together to updated the Geek & Sundry logo and this is the final design. This is a sachel of branded. coins for a giveaway box.
Here are the designs for the Gather Your Party initiative. I created pins to be given to people who completed tasks at conventions. They are Dungeon and Dragons inspired.
These are a promotional deck of cards for Geek & Sundry to be given away at conventions. I Illustrated the suits myself. There are aliens, dragons, ninjas, and robots.
These are various t-shirt designs I created throughout my time at Geek & Sundry, they were based on jokes or shows that the audience would appreciate. These were sold at San Diego Comic-Con, online, or at other conventions.
Tote bag that is sold at conventions and online.
Quesos Navarro is a family-owned Mexican cheese company that wanted to expand their product range. I redesigned their current label while keeping their main colors. I also created a color-coding system that tied with a pattern to help distinguish the varieties from one another.
Glory of the Age
This is the invite I designed for the An Affair of the Art:Glory of the Age gala. This is the major fundraising event of the year for the DMA Junior Associates. The theme of the event, the 1920s, was inspired by the exhibition Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties. I combined some Art Deco style graphics I created and the beautiful art that was in the exhibit. I was the primary designer from the initial design to the final press check.
Jean Paul Gaultier
I designed a range of party invitations to celebrate the exhibition, Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at the Dallas Museum of Art. In this design, we used the striped motif that echoed the design of his book. There were multiple invitations for the different member level groups and some press. It was his first time in Texas, so I thought it'd be fun to play on that for some of the invitations.
UCLA Film School
Here are some illustrations I created for some Brochures for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
The Art Ball is the Dallas Museum of Art's biggest fundraiser of the year. I designed various printed pieces to promote the event go go with the theme "Past, Present and Future". I showcased Gerald Murphy's Watch to be the symbol of time passing in the DMA I also played with transparency in the main invite to symbolize the many layers of the museum's history.
Brochures & Catalogs
These are a variety of multi-page brochures and catalogs I created for Museums. I combined photography and graphics to create compelling layouts to keep the reader interested in the information.
Dallas Museum of Art
At the Dallas Museum of Art, I had the opportunity to design brochures, invitations, e-mails and many other things. The challenge was to keep it interesting while remaining in the design guidelines. I also designed a face-lift for the DMA's website, which helped make the architecture of the site a little more user-friendly.
This piece was created in my first bookbinding class. It is a collection of stories from my childhood combined with my own illustrations. I mimic the style of old children’s books with centered chapter illustrations and friendly serif type. There are three sections with stories from the three countries I have lived in. I plan to continue this Pocket Stories series with a second edition, concentrating on my college life and beyond (someday).