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Date: 06/04/12

Keep your eyes open for this new Sundance Channel series called Push Girls. I'm designing some graphics for this show and will let you know when
they go live.

Spread the word on facebook and be
sure to tune in!



Date: 05/07/12

I was recently promoted to Art Director.

Yay! It's only the beginning...



Date: 05/05/12

I designed the poster and general look for the "Oh, you mean cellophane and all that crap" show at the McKittrick Hotel.

Check out this great write-up on the show by Artinfo.



Date: 04/02/12

I conceptualized some new filler ads promoting GQ's digital/tablet/social extensions, as well as the new tab on

The type-driven page above has the used/vintage look as a result of acetate.
It was really fun to create!

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Date: 03/22/12

I was invited to be a Guest Lecturer for Irina Lee's "What's Your Type?" class at the School of Visual Arts.

I presented my work through the use of typography, answered questions related to the industry and careers, and have given more extensive advice to students by e-mail since the lecture.

There's a possibilitiy I might co-teach a class with Irina in the fall.


Date: 02/13/12

I sold my senior thesis project to the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania!!!


Date: 01/23/12

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry finally premiered
at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday!
I've been working with Alison on all
documentary collateral for the event:
movie posters, stickers, buttons etc.

I know this is only the beginning...
for both Alison Klayman and the film. Oscars anyone?

Find out more here:


Date: 12/27/11

The publisher wanted a vintage-looking card of a man on the slopes in a tux. I was inspired by old ski posters to make this illustration. The color palette really made the card pop.

The GQ Holiday Card went out clients
and friends wishing them a very GQ holiday!

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I had to combine the GQ and Park &
Bond logos to create an identity for the
GQ Pop-Up shop in the meatpacking.
The "at" was drawn by hand, scanned and vectorized.

Fun fact: I got a call asking for the "at" font. I had to tell them those were the
only two letters that existed from that
font because I drew them by hand.



Date: 07/11/11

Hello GQ!


Date: 06/28/11

Before starting my GQ job, I was hired from the GQ Design Group to build their portfolio site. This site, which is often used by Sales Reps to pitch to potential clients, enables you to browse the sections, download high res pdfs, get information about the sections (client / talent / photographer / date) and search using keywords.


I built this site in Wordpress so that the team can update it easily as sections get wrapped up.


Date: 06/24/11

was my last day as a full-time freelancer at USA Network. I loved working there!! What a great team!

I will be starting at GQ Magazine in
July as Associate Art Director on
the business/promo/marketing side.
This will be my first permanent on
staff position and I'm really excited
about this new chapter in my career.

I will be traveling for two weeks starting on Sunday along the West Coast and will come back completely refreshed.

Stay tuned!


Date: 06/01/11

USA Network invites you to spend your summer with television's most original characters. This month, USA proudly presents six original series—four returning favorites and two new series.
It will be a summer of surprises and
non-stop action, old friends and fresh faces. Only on USA, where Original
series are all new, all summer long.

After agreeing on Summer Blue 285C, I worked directly with Events / Marketing / SVP of Network and created a "look" for our summer screenings. I designed all collateral, from the program trifolds to
the menus.

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Date: 05/21/11

I designed the print collateral for the screenings including banners, t-shirts, lanyards, programs, postcards, water bottle labels and poster giveaways.
There were also ads that ran to promote these screenings: in the New Yorker, Entertainment Weekly and in the subway for New York, in the LA Times for LA, San Fran Chronicle for San Fran and Chicago Tribune for Chicago.

The Character Project short films are available to consumers through a
multi-day touring exhibition beginnin
g in New York City on Friday, May 13th (see here) and visiting Los Angeles,
San Francisco and Chicago. Audiences
in these cities will be invited to visit customized screening capsules as
unique as the films that inspired them.

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