Hope You Can Swim is a campaign about global warming. I designed a set of drinking glasses, a series of postcards, and a website for the campaign. In designing it, I wanted to try to approach the issue of climate change from a different angle. I used a somewhat sardonic campaign name combined with visuals of partially submerged skylines and landmarks decked out with swimming gear to encourage viewers who may have already made up their mind on the issue to think about it in a new light.
Rat Cave Productions
Rat Cave Productions was a Boston-based audio and video production company. I assisted them with various aspects of their video projects, including motion graphics, color correction, editing, and titles. In addition, I designed their logo and other branding materials and created their website from scratch.
Sneaker Bible was a concept for a website that would serve as an encyclopedia of sneakers. The project never got off the ground, but I helped to design the logo and some additional branding elements, as well as a website template for the project. My goal was to create a sleek, colorful, and fun design that would give users the information they were looking for up front.
Thryve was a concept for a fast food startup dedicated to providing nutritious, cost-effective, and locally-sourced meal options. I was hired to develop the logo and other branding materials for it. My goal was to communicate a sense of invigoration and earthiness through the use of color and imagery, and to create an icon that would be unique and easily recognizable.