Design of the graphic patterns for Fall/Winter 2014 Collection SWEET DREAMZ.
Branding and promotional materials for the Mason Gross School of the Arts' 2016 Thesis Exhibition II.
The Rutgers Review is an Arts & Culture magazine distributed twice a semester to a campus of over 41,000 students of which I served as Design Director for 5 issues.
A book consisting of thoughts I decided to never post to the internet compiled into a pretentious, self-indulgent book.
An 18-page zine that parodies college literary magazines.
A STEAMY look into the Craigslist personal ad culture in which people refer to their genitals as various cuts of meats, including a salacious fold-out centerfold.
A short compilation of borderline abusive love notes and drawings I got in elementary school.
Americans know they’re sleep deprived, and they’re doing little to change that.
Nearly Half of Americans (48%) say they don’t get enough sleep, and less than half of them take any one specific action to help them get better sleep.
Habitat is a habit building and productivity program.
In Habitat, your real life actions directly affect the life of your own virtual pet. Think of it as your to-do list meets Tamagotchi.
By providing rewards and consequences to your self-reported tasks, Habitat reinforces personal growth and helps break poor habits and procrastination cycles before they cause real-life problems.