A total redesign of a report that serves as the annual report for ten city entities that work together to make good use of city funds. The purpose of this report was to highlight the positive financial impact these entities have on the City of Jacksonville, and how they cooperate with both the community and with each other.
During my three years as an in-house designer for Leonisa, I learned so much and got to work on a wide variety of projects — from designing entire 80 page catalogs, to directing photoshoots, to managing their social media and creating large graphics for their shop windows and trade booths.
Leonisa was founded in 1956 and currently operates in ten countries. They are the top lingerie brand in South America and sell more than 37 million garments a year.
Designs for an internal communications plan at Web.com offices.
Art direction and design for Advanced Disposal — which offers waste disposal, collection and recycling services for residential, commercial, industrial and construction customers.
Art direction and design for JAXUSA Partnership — a private, nonprofit division of the JAX Chamber, and Northeast Florida's regional economic development initiative.
Art direction and design for a quarterly newsletter distributed to employees.
DemocraFi gives you the tools you need to cut through media noise and keep up with the issues that matter to you. Users get a one-stop-shop for news and political activism that gets their voice heard by elected officials.
I was tasked with establishing their whole brand identity and creating visual slides for a pitch deck.
Floor and elevator graphics and mirror clings for JTA’s various locations.
Send Socks was a campaign started by Amnesty International. The objective was to bring awareness to the struggles of Central American migrants passing through Mexico, and ask for donations of socks – which could have a great impact on their health. The linked video was what inspired my work.
Designs for a public call for art to be printed and distributed in the thousands at the Women's March on Washington on January 21st, 2017. "RESPETA" was chosen as one of the five winning designs that would become their official posters. The posters were spotted around the world, including cities like: Berlin, Paris, Edinburgh, Los Angeles, New York City, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, and Atlanta.
"FEMME, FIERCE, FUERTE" was chosen, along with "RESPETA", to be featured in The Amplifier Foundation's traveling exhibition — Hear Our Voice.
"RESPETA" was also featured on the show "The Fosters", used as a billboard design in Chicago on International Women's Day and also featured in Refinery 29's 29 Rooms.
Submissions for Basta Texas' open call for poster art.
"Today, Texas is ground zero in the fight against extremist anti-immigrant and anti-Latino hate. The Lone Star state led the attack to successfully push the Trump administration to rescind DACA, enacted the most extreme anti-immigrant and anti-Latino laws in the country (SB4), and has expanded the reach of ICE-sheriff entanglement not before seen in any other state.
In this context, and in the midst of the Trump era, the act of raising our voices, and celebrating the people’s diverse and vibrant culture is the most powerful resistance. Turning the tide in Texas will require a national movement, powered by creative artists and activists.
That is why the Basta Texas campaign is calling on artists from Texas and across the country to resist hate through the power of art and culture with two contests and grant opportunities. Basta Texas is a joint project of the National Day Labor Organizing Network (NDLON) and Jolt."
Submissions for the "Power to the Polls" open call for art.
"The 2018 midterms are fast approaching, and Amplifier and the Women’s March invite you to submit your artwork for POWER TO THE POLLS, a national voter-registration drive and traveling art exhibition targeting swing states. Help inspire a new wave of people power as we push for policies that reflect our shared values."
Also featured in Obra Collective’s “Resist” art exhibition in Charlotte, NC.
Poster designs created for the AIGA Jacksonville Always Summer Poster Show + Mixtape. The objective was to create pieces depicting your favorite summer songs.
Digital collage work of family portraits.
Featured in the Ni Aquí Ni Allá exhibition in Atlanta, GA.