I led the design for the American Society of Safety Professionals’ Annual Conference, Safety 2018. Our goal was to launch their new brand, unify their environmental graphic system, and elevate the conference experience.
Featuring quotes, photos, and videos from 12 safety professionals, the “We Are Safety Professionals” campaign highlighted the diversity and passion of ASSP’s membership.
This poster was featured by AdAge on their website and social media channels for the 2018 March for Our Lives.
A love for trending styles and low prices blinds many consumers to the truth; the fast fashion industry is fueled by human rights violations, environmental destruction, and a culture of needless consumption. The goal of my senior thesis, Fair Fashion, is to inspire readers to become conscious consumers who purchase products based on more than just price.
This campaign educates consumers about the destructive impact of fast fashion and persuades them to seek out ethical and sustainable alternatives. It accomplishes this through an interactive museum exhibit, 29 canvas panels on wooden hangers, 2 educational motion videos, a website, and an ethical shopping guide.
After completing my senior thesis, I received the Riley Prize in Design. This award is given annually by the Notre Dame faculty to one senior for excellence in the design field.
Social media has dramatically changed the political landscape of America. 62% of Americans sourced news for the 2016 election from social media sites, often favoring fake news and scandal over substance. The goal of Social Media & American Politics is to convey the story of social media's impact on US politics through a series of 4 data visualizations and 5 text panels.
In July 2014, I worked as a Dinosaur Camp Director for 1st–3rd graders! The DinoDig logo, field journal, and construction-paper environmental graphics used a bright color scheme and playful geometric shapes to capture the youthful spirit of the camp.
In addition to the design, I recruited our camp counselors and coordinated the lessons, songs, crafts, and games. My favorite events were Meteor Dodgeball, Triceratops Ring Toss, Make-Your-Own Fossil (Stepping Stones) and Kronosaurus Slime Creation.
Flink Consulting is a transportation engineering company based in Boston. I conducted meetings with leadership to develop their marketing and design strategy. Creating a strong and modern brand identity makes Flink stand out from its competitors.
$1000 is hidden somewhere on Notre Dame's campus. To find it, you must compete in a game called Crypto, and be the fastest team to solve the 6 clues and ciphers that conceal its location.
Crypto was a weeklong event in Fall 2015. This project was a combination of a treasure hunt and the amazing race, challenging me to act as designer, cryptographer, and event planner. Crypto was inspired by reading a book called "Secret Warfare: the Battle of Codes and Ciphers" by Bruce Norman, and watching the movie National Treasure WAY too many times.
The Kyle W Shapiro Foundation (KWS) is a non-profit that was established in 2006 to "support programs and projects in our community that foster social and emotional wellness, enhance civic engagement and recreation, and celebrate our youth." It is based in Needham, Massachusetts. The KWS Foundation was created by two parents in honor of their son, Kyle, who took his own life in April 2006. In Fall 2015, I collaborated with them to create a logo, collateral and website for KWS.
In my environmental design class, one of our exercises was to use 3 rectangles of wood to create an information kiosk for the Farnsworth House. My goal was to create a form that felt weightless and streamlined, matching the aesthetic of the house.