Multidisciplinary designer
based in Portland

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Travel Portland


Designed for the Yours to Share campaign highlighting the distinctly unique neighborhoods of Portland, Oregon



The internet is a living being
One decaying at an alarming rate 

With the reality of link rot, theories of the “dead internet” and artificial intelligence quickly overrunning the world wide web, the digital landscape of our online world is changing rapidly

APXNB aims to capture the zeitgiest of internet culture in physical form, imbuing each page with relevant contextualized content (think memes, music, gossip and so much more) with “hyperlinks” (paperlinks) which link to a database virtually free of ‘link rot’

APXNB is the Cyrillic word for archive —
Taking inspiration from a personal cultural background
while also acting as a kind of shibboleth

Each cover features unique artwork, found media and culturally relevant content — showcasing the best (and sometimes worst) the internet has to offer

The analog nature of APXNB as an “offline internet archive” inspires the format throughout the publication — The cover aims to mimic the look of a polaroid, meant to capture the current moment

Contextual elements allow the reader to use their smartphone to expand relavant information or continue a longer article

“Paperlinks” can be anything from contextual information on the article, keywords, social media posts, comment sections etc

An end-of-year issue encapsulates the best of each issue along with updated statistics, corrections, link updates and highlights etc



A campaign for the SNKRS app reintroducing classic NIKE models with the Cult Classics campaign, inspired by iconic movie posters for timeless films with cult followings

Paris Olympics 2024

NIKE campaign

A campaign for the NIKE Air Max,  Air Force One and Zoom Fly releasing alongside the Nike sponsered athletes competing with the upcoming shoes in the 2024 Paris Olympics



(Basic Earthquake Emergency Communication Node) 

A global emergency response system designed to aid in humanity’s survival during natural disasters — BEECN provides essential resources and life-saving support using a global communication system

Inspired by the artwork Sky Ladder, BEECN is designed with a volumetric plasma combustion “display”  to communicate basic information with global populations without a centralized network — using the sky as the visual interface

A minimal, low-power app allows you to access Urbit for your computing needs while providing guidance on finding your local BEECN station or even ordering necessities to your location

Music Millennium


As the oldest record store in the Pacific Northwest, Music Millennium deserves a rebrand which uplifts the aesthetic with while honoring its history

The way we listen to music has changed dramatically — but it still brings us together, makes us feel emotions and allows us to express ourselves

The updated logo is inspired by a classic speaker grill while alluding to a disco ball or the pattern of the dance floor

Each aspect of the logo considers how we consume music, how it makes us feel and the communities it allows us to join and discover

A smaller version of the logo considers visibility when scaled down depending on the context:

Blurred pulsing movement mimic soundwaves and spinning imagery portrays the rotation of a vinyl or CD — all inspired by the bright colors of a dance floor

Future Interfaces


As artificial intelligence learns more about human behavior through observation, it will inevitably inform us on how to best interface with it

My senior thesis was an exploration of the existing research in the field of artificial intelligence and interface design and how emerging technologies will define our interactions with the digital world and beyond



A series of pamphlets made as props for a short film about Portland’s house party scene

An animation based on five frames drawn by mentees about personal growth