Book Cover Design
A Dancer in the Revolution
I worked directly with Fordham University Press to create a vibrant, striking book cover for the story of the revolutionary life of Stretch Johnson, Harlem communist at the Cotton Club. My goal was for the design to be reminiscent of the 20’s, but to resonate with contemporary activism.
Creative Direction, Identity, & Web Design
This project required the complete overhaul of Reelio’s website. I began the project by assesing the analytics of the current site, working closely with the UX team to come up with customer archetypes and user friendly wireframes, and then moved on to developing a compleing aestheic with a co-designer which would be the basis for Reelio’s brand identity going forward.
Guerilla Marketing Concept & Van Design
Reelio Vans @ Cannes
At the Cannes Lion’s Festival for Innovation, transportation is hard to come by. I developed the concept of providing highly branded, free transportation that any attendee could use if they had a special Reelio bracelet. By the end of the festival, prospective clients were approaching Reelio team members, asking for access, and making further conversation easy to kick-off.
Buffer Festival Creator Shirts
This shirt was given away to the Featured Creators of Toronto’s Buffer Festival, a yearly showcase of the best digital video creators on the social web. For 2016 we decided to highlight each individual creator in a new way, hand lettering 100+ names individually to create the larger letter forms.