Various Keyart — Smithsonian Channel
Keyart created in collaboration with other in-house designers for Smithsonian Channel. Assets are featured on multiple VOD distribution platforms (Amazon, Apple, Roku) as well as the brand's sunsetted OTT service. The OTT service had 270,000 subscribers at the end of its lifetime. Smithsonian Channel is currently being housed on CBS All Access.
Various Social Media Campaigns — Smithsonian Channel
Social media campaigns promoting Smithsonian Channel's various shows and series. Each project was a collaboration between the Editorial and Design team. The campaigns were distributed on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Miscellaneous design work from 2015 to current year. A constantly updating page.
NYU Alumni App — IBM Design Exercise
A presentation deck created in 72 hours for IBM's design exercise. IBM's challenge was to design a mobile application for my school's alumni. The mock app hoped to help not only Alumni but also Admission's Officers and current students stay engaged with the New York University community. *I was invited to attend the IBM interview round at their Chicago office.
One Stop Conveniences — AAPI Politics
Asian American representation in media and politics can affect how the general populous views Asian Americans as well as how Asian Americans view themselves. In the new age of media consumption, it is substantial for inclusivity to be factored in design and practice as the narratives we see fit for devouring are changing. One Stop covers the AAPI (Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders) experience in politics, incorporating information about Asian Americans voting practices in an attempt to derive a conclusion to finding the areas in which AAPI individuals inhabit and fit.
Motion graphic pieces created in Adobe Illustrator and After Effects for a Motion Graphics course at New York University. Research and Design process on page as well.
Design work based off of different types of alcohol and the different type of emotions one can associate with them. Each design was made into small lasercutted acrylic pieces. A passion project in the year I turned 21.