Proposal for the 9/11 Tribute Center to develop a new solution for their audio guide, creating a very personal and unique experience.
I helped out by:
- Designing responsive Interface
- Creating User Flow
Credits: Namreta Kumar and Betty Quinn
GLOSSYBOX partnered with Fighting Pretty to help women feel good about themselves. Together, we were inspired to educate new and existing GLOSSYBOX subscribers about how they can help a loved one that may be battling cancer with a small, but a mighty gesture.
I helped out by:
- Styling set
- Video & Audio Recording
- Video & Audio Editing
- Adding Motion Graphics
- Designing Newsletters
- Creating Landing Pages
- Delivering Social Media Content
Proposal for the traveling exhibition "Dialogues on Incarceration" organized by the Humanities Action Lab. The design focus on creating a participatory experience that connects past with the present and tells human stories that have a global impact.
I helped out by:
- Designing Branding
- Creating Web Interface
Credits: Niamh Parsley & Crystal Tong
For the last three years I've been, in big part, dedicated to creating beautiful imagery for different incredible companies such as Lancôme Paris, Estée Lauder, Aerin, Too Faced, Benefit Cosmetics, tarte, Rituals Cosmetics, Glamglow, Kat Von D, Vichy Laboratories and many more. In this process I've been part of developing ideas, styling the set, photographing and retouching both, products and models, and creating social media typography layouts like quotes.
The garden of Forms is a secondary piece to support my thesis, HABITAT. I wanted to represent through animation what happens in real life to the sculptures I made. (Refer to the BioArt tap to learn more about HABITAT). To create this project I filmed the sculptures I designed, edited the footage, and added the stems and the little seeds using keyframe animation. The illusion of spores floating in the air was achieve using particle animation and last but not least I used the tagline of my thesis to create kinetic typography.
Music by YouTube Audio Library - Ringing Ambient Background
From content driven to promotional emails, these examples showcase the use of different layouts depending on the strategy behind each email.
Who would've thought that making a mojito could be so intricate? How to make a mojito is conceptualized as a fabric, where each station is one step in the process. I focused on refining illustrations, kinetic type, color correction, camera movement and managing all the files into one big project.
Credits: Shiny Lee, Gabriel Franklin & Perry Zhang
Music by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena - Gypsy Dance
There is no better place to get lost and explore than Coney Island. These quotes talk about memories, our secrets and who we are. Coney Island definitely had a lot of memories, history, and places to discover. I used photography and typography combined together to create powerful images that represent the idea of memory. The layout focuses on the idea of play and secrets, by letting us see only part of the messages, the white grid connects the front and the back, while the black diagonal lines add movement to the page.
Quotes from Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Graphic animation using mask and shapes in After Effects, the challenge of this piece was to coordinate the visuals with the music.
Inspired by Summit 1.1 from Mt.Mograph
Based on a basic formula on processing I obtained this different images changing the different terms, playing with shapes, colors, lines and their thicknesses, the coordinates, the background etc. ...
This is an evolution process where you can see the changes until I achieve the final image, instead of drawing with circular forms I started drawing with lines, creating different shapes with transparency.
Proposal for the Metropolitan Museum that present the Modern & Contemporary collection content in a light and informal way, to give users a sense of familiarity in a fun and casual game format.
You are a world renowned art thief and you have been given a mission:
Enter the Modern & Contemporary art collection undetected;
use precision and strategy to evade the the security system,
collect the highlighted high valued art pieces and escape unseen.
Put your mask on, it’s time for an art heist.
Credits: Alex Tosti