Case Study | Logo Design | Rebranding
MUSEUM OF AMERICAN TEXTILES
Based in Lowell Massachussetts (known as the Cradle of the Industrial Revolution), The Museum of American Textiles is located in a converted factory space and home to the largest collection of textiles and machines in the United States. The rebranding is focused on highlighting the incredible catalogue as well as the rich history of the city.
1.1 | Museum Branding

1.2 | Web and Technology
  Presentation | Branding
ENTERING THE FIFTH DIMENSION
Every year, RISD holds an event that occupies the skating rink in the center of downtown Providence. The theme for this proposal was space, labelled Entering the Fifth Dimension.
3.1 | Branding
  Case Study | Print | Personal Projects
THE AMEKHANIA PROJECT
Amekhania refers to the ancient Greek spirit of helplessness. It was also used as an explanative word in a few prominent Ancient Greek epics by Alcaeus and Herodotus. The word refers to the frequency with which Greek poets express their helplessness before divine forces aid in putting an end to the situation. Juxtaposing research on hypothyroidism with personal reflection, the book explores the struggle and acceptance of a personal condition.
2.1 | Amekhania
  Research Study | Book Design | Poster Design | Pattern
SACRED GEOMETRY STUDY
This study is based on the activities and information found in the book Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice by Robert Lawlor.
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An excercise to help think about how modules work alone and in repetition. Beginning by creating a square that is equal parts black and white, I used the 1x1 module to create different repeating patterns. I then used colors as a way to alter the aesthetic of the pattern.
4.2
After reading Lawlor's book, I worked on two projects to integrate the theories of Sacred Geometry into practice. The first project was a double sided accordian book that was split into exploring the mathematical properties on one page, and its historical connotations on the other. The second project was a series of posters that touched on key subjects highlighted in the book.
4.1 | Module Pattern
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