For most of my life, my primary interest was pure computer science. However, over the past few years, I've realized that much of my passion for technology comes from not just its function but its beauty. I've hence dove headfirst into visual design, trying to explore what I can do to further my own visions and the visions of my clients. While I still have quite a ways to go, I hope that my existing work reflects my passion for the field and my commitment to improvement.
This page is an overview of the design work I've done so far - a more brief version is found on the second and third pages of my resume.
Some more designs:
Elite Gutters, a Connecticut-based home improvement company.
Edwin's, a specialty food truck bringing the culture of St. Lucia to the Northeast.
My longest-running project has been with Code Ninjas, a nationwide franchise for STEM education - more about the company is on the homepage. In my over four years with CN, I produced curricula, posters, logos, and much more - below are some of my favorite pieces.
Above and to the left are some postcard-sized ads for a mailbox campaign. These were just as much of an exercise for me in tagline-style copywriting as they were a marketing venture.
One of my favorite projects was a set of investor materials and postcard designs for BigHire, an innovative startup for hiring services in construction. This project helped me take my writing skills to the next level, as well as build a company's aesthetic truly from scratch, as opposed to my work at Code Ninjas, which was informed by a litany of past material.
This last logo is for my own brand development agency Atrium. After a few years helping companies grow their presence and build their design, I teamed up with some of my (extremely talented) peers to bring our experience in the field to a wider group, for less cost and with higher efficiency. While we're still very new, we've already received rave reviews from our current clients, and we hope to have many more in the future.