I’ve lived in San Francisco for over 16 years and I still find biking in the city as charming as ever. Recalling some of my favorite rides, I love the idea of stitching them together into one continuous, epic ride through the city. Screenprinted poster created for Artcrank SFO 2014 / 18" x 18" / metalic gold ink on 110# matte black paper stock [ Purchase Print Here ]
A Wheelchair Provision & Assembly Center, or WPAC for short, is a sustainable enterprise that assembles imported wheelchairs and provides the necessary services to ensure that wheelchair users in rugged areas of the world would get the full intended benefits of mobility from their new wheelchairs. I was asked by Whirlwind Wheelchair to create an effective way to tell the story of the WPAC. The solution is a 5-minute introductory video targeting potential investors in the US and beyond.
Whirlwind Wheelchair needed to update their web presence to appeal to the US market. The main objective of the website is to highlight the brainchild of the organization, the 2010 RoughRider, and to create a user-friendly purchasing experience of the RoughRider in the US Market. This was achieved by creating an unobtrusive and informative purchasing environment, and illustrating an intuitive fitting and sizing process for users to fit themselves for the right size wheelchair.
Located in San Francisco, Immaculate Conception Academy is a private Catholic High School that provides a corporate work study program to students as a means to offset their tuition. To communicate its tradition, as well as its progressive thinking, ICA needed a web presence that reflected these values. Traditional school colors and typography are chosen to juxtapose contemporary photography and a modern layout. Together, these elements create a cohesive solution that stays true to the spirit of the school. This website was created via Pier 2 Marketing.
I am a San Francisco based graphic designer. I am currently not accepting freelance projects.
Print, Web & Mobile Design
Identity / Branding
Front End Development