Honest Quarterly was a month long conceptual design for a potential quarterly magazine. The concept behind Honest was one of simplicity. Bring our readers enriching and inspiring stories, teach them how to take advantages of every season, and fill their lives with an abundance of delicious seasonal recipes. The primary photographer for this issue was Shannon Oslick, a food and lifestyle photographer based out of Seattle, Wa.
I went through the entire process of this magazine, taking on the role of art director, copy writer, and designer. Honing in the concept, mood boarding, storyboarding, layout concepts, image directing, and then finally printing. This was one of the best project I’ve ever got to work on, because honestly, so much of our life and work went into this piece.
Orbit is a social journey app that is a close-knit, explorative experience. Its primary goal is to help you find and explore new things to do. People are always asking friends, family, or trusted people where to go for dinner, or perhaps a nice hike. Orbit is this solution.
With the places and activities you have done on a simple chronological timeline you can now delve into places and experiences that are trending within your chosen social group. Let Orbit curate places personally for you based on your reviews. Finding fun is only a few finger swipes away with Orbit.
Helix Skate Apparel is a new brand identity concept. Helix is a modern skate company that produces high quality products at an affordable price. I worked closely with my demographic throughout this entire process to ensure my designs were enticing and engaging always looking for feedback and suggestions.
By creating a clean brand identity it gave the art, the imagery, and the style to be adaptive to the ever changing market of the apparel and skate industry. Researching new and upcoming style trends and integrating them with our own personal feel I was able to create new and unique looks for a range of pieces.