Challenged with the task of creating a product that solves an environmental problem, we created Merma.
The Meating Place
I designed and illustrated the logo, truck wrap, and branding elements for The Meating Place, which is a BBQ food truck traveling around Oklahoma.
I designed these trifold brochures (2019 and 2018) and the following print materials for Bridges of Norman to help reach donors and inform the community about events and the mission of Bridges.
Bridges is a nonprofit housing community in Norman, Oklahoma. They assist high school students who live alone due to a family crisis, including the death of a parent, parental incarceration, or homelessness by providing housing, help with schoolwork, scholarships, and mentors.
This social media campaign for Gap concentrates on the benefits of Gap denim. From the streets to the ocean tides of San Francisco, I photographed a generation of doers and how Gap denim gives them the freedom to pursue their passions with the spontaneity and flexibility for adventure. Gap denim fits and wears with their lifestyles, not the other way around. It has a commitment to being raw and authentic.
These style layouts feature a denim lifestyle that never sits still.
People are encouraged to capture the most Geofilters on Snapchat in their Gap denim and post them to the Gap Denim Live Story.
The winner of the Snapchat Denim Story challenge gets to takeover Gap's Facebook page for the day, displaying photos from their adventures in Gap denim.
The ABCs of Adulthood is a spin on IKEA's product catalog that shows life beyond the furniture itself. From the places you hide your contraband in college to the joys of feeding finicky babies, I illustrated this book to show how much IKEA fits into learning and growth throughout adulthood.
The San Francisco SPCA is always looking to encourage people to adopt a shelter dog. This campaign communicates that a dog can be your soulmate and even replace the need for a human partner. SPCA. A Bond That Knows No Breed.
The Dolphin Project
An endless search for a good film is the perfect way to ruin movie night. Luckily for you, there’s MUBI, a streaming service dedicated to high-quality cinema, where you’ll never have to waste time searching for great entertainment. So when MUBI wanted a campaign asking film lovers to put their faith in MUBI and its curators, we asked people to kick back, relax, and Stop Searching.
MUBI: Stop Searching
Zevia is an all natural soda, free from artificial ingredients and instead created from just a few simple ones. Inspired by the art of nature, I created this campaign with a new look that focuses on that simplicity.
We'll bring nature to the urban streets of cities by planting real fruit trees along sidewalks. For a taste of nature, Zevia vending machines filled with the flavor of that specific fruit tree will be placed right next to these trees.
An Amazon Dash button makes it simple to keep a constant supply of Zevia.
For the 10th anniversary of M.I.A.'s album "Kala" I designed and illustrated a new look for her album cover.
Brave New World
Brave New World, the dystopian novel by Aldous Huxley, imagines a world filled with reproductive technology, classical conditioning induced by drugs, and psychological manipulation to create a "perfect" society. This series is my reinvented look of the book as well as a DVD case, DVD, and movie poster if it were to also be made into a movie.
The Pacesetter Games are annual teambuilding events benefitting United Way. Corporate Teams in matching shirts compete against each other in various outdoor events. This year’s theme was The Sandlot and I got to design the shirt for The Oklahoman (daily newspaper).
The Oklahoman (daily newspaper) wanted to re-engage former customers who had either canceled or no longer continued paying their subscription. To accomplish this I created these seven postcards, beckoning them back to the relationship. On the backs I illustrated icons to call attention to The Oklahoman’s improvements.
As a result, 2,419 former subscribers were converted back to current ones within a couple months.
This campaign also won at the 2018 EPPY Awards for “Best Promotional/Marketing Campaign.”
I created this poster for Fear Overload Scream Park in California. It's made up of a mirror film, motion-sensor light, and a lovely image. When someone walks by the poster they activate the motion sensor light behind the mirror film, revealing the image behind it.
This is a packaging design I illustrated and printed for the skin care, make-up, fragrance, and home accessory brand Fresh. The top flaps bloom outward to reveal a rose pattern inside.