A creative, delicious, and unique take on the typical makeup store.
A growing collection of my sketches from various different projects.
A series of unique, minimal door levers that I designed over the summer during my internship with Allegion.
A collection of we comics and action figures that teach healthy eating in a fun, playful, and relatable way. With healthy foods as the heroes and junk foods as the villains, toying with these figures and following their adventures online makes it okay to play with your food!
The goal of this project was to create a fun, interactive pill box that encourages teens to take their meds. In the place of the bulky, boring, and utilitarian pill boxes geared towards the elderly, the Medicube is modern and fun to fidget with: especially for those with anxiety and ADD/ADHD.
This toy design is a play on the typical versatile nature of the plain and simple cardboard box; an object which children seem to enjoy immensely because of it's endless possibilities. The Puzzle Box provides the same possibilities in a safe, durable, and infinitley adventerous way.
A personal, fun project using goofy visual language to brand what will inevitably be the greatest burger joint of this generation: Done mainly in Adobe Illustrator.
A modern, ergonomic take on a hand tool used during a more primitive time.
A lamp designed to be a friend to children who are afraid of the dark!
The purpose of this project was to create a cost effective, manufacturable, and environmentally sustainable souvenir for the Rochester Institute of Technology based on the main ideas of emotional design.