Design and layout for a series of three posters announcing the ARC Studio Dance performances. Posters needed to work as a design system that could be carried through future posters.
Collaboration with Dynamic Media Institute.Travel Albums showcases an extensive visual record of Isabella Stewart Gardner’s travel albums from 1867–1895. Too fragile to handle, the museum wished to make these volumes accessible to the public via an online archive. This depiction of Travel Albums satisfies two audiences — scholars and the general public — by capturing the experience of the ephemera without sacrificing utility for research purposes.
Design and layout of the historical compendium Heaven, by Hotel Standards: The History of the Omni Parker House by Susan Wilson. Conceptual development and design for the cover, and layout of several interior spreads. The book includes a complex, foldout timeline of the Omni Parker Hotel in context to historic world events.
Collaboration with the Dynamic Media Institute. Website for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s new building project. Designed by famed architect Renzo Piano, this project marks a great milestone in the history of the museum—an expansion to include a music hall, gallery for historic and contemporary art exhibitions; new greenhouse, classroom space; and additionally conservation of the existing palace. Website CMS allowed for the museum to make their own updates after the site launch.
Letterpress invitations for Johnson String Instrument and Carriage House Violins opening reception. The project had a tight time constraint (2 weeks for design and printing) and limited budget. The invitation needed to illustrate the “eclectic” merge of two very different organizations as a single entity. Rather than try to put a visual approach highlighting their differences; an elegant, inexpensive one-color letterpress invitation embodies the uniqueness and quality of both organizations.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Site Audit conducted various research activities towards the development of new site architecture proposal for the museum’s main website. This process involved creating an in-depth analysis of the existing website content and structure, and the design of a conceptual map showing the proposed content flow and architecture. The conceptual map illustrates general groupings of content and content flow, and shows how volumes can be connected to create exciting and unexpected relationships for the user. Collaboration with the Dynamic Media Institute.
The Brandeis International Business School (IBS) catalog features stories from their international student population. It highlights speakers and faculty to provide a sense of the robust experiences of being immersed in the program.
The catalog design includes four additional brochures highlighting the various programs of study within IBS. The brochures are identified by a distinct color system that works in conjunction with the catalog design.
The IBS iBook is a compact, interactive version of the IBS printed catalog. It reduces the 60+ page printed catalog to 12 screens without sacrificing content. The IBS iBooks have been an efficient and effective tool for promoting the program internationally.
Luxury for Export: Artistic Exchange between India and Portugal Around 1600
Collaboration with the Dynamic Media Institute. Microsite designed for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Luxury for Export is the interactive component to the museum exhibition. Online exhibition features a large tapestry and the mapping of several artifacts visually and thematically to it. The interactive component also includes videos, and two options for experiencing the online exhibition: “explore” mode and “guided tour.”
Poster design for the Curry College Fine + Applied Arts Faculty exhibition. The concept is a visual mashup of all faculty works represented in the exhibition.
This work is a latin alphabet is created from leftover IKEA fittings and fasteners. These misfit relics — quietly waiting for a chance to service furniture — reside forgotten in the “as is” section of the store. This study showcases the mass production of products, their ultimate obsolescence, and accentuates the ephemera within our built environment.