Graphic design

Sculpting Science is a unique fusion of art and science, ceramics art students used high-resolution microscopic images of nature for inspiration, and science students used this experience to find new and creative ways to present scientific information.
The DNA poster created prior to this project along with the COVID posters were very well received, and the researchers were eager to get back to the field with an even better product. Based on some feedback from community members, research assistants and the research team to improve the message, people were excited to be represented in the poster and with that in mind they wanted each community to be represented.

Night of the Open Door is an event based on a long-running, portal-busting event held each year in Berlin, Germany. Spearheaded by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, we were tasked with creating a look that is friendly and inviting to the public in order to showcase all the wonderful items the university has and allows the community to be part of this booming growth. We decided on an owl theme, with bright ASU brand colors, since it's at night and also giving the impression of learning something while having fun.

From honey jar labels to giant banners, staying on brand is an important part of maintaining Arizona State University's identity. Collaborating with over 200 designers and programmers within the university allows for a certain structure and consistency. Within this brand however, flexibility allows our designs to stay current while still applying the brand rules.

Illustrations and graphic design for posters as a tool for learning, teaching and research in the pastoral communities in northern Kenya Lake Turkana region. These posters had to explain the messaging with little to no text.

From Jan. 2019 to July 1, 2021, Kenro Kusumi served as the director for School of Life Sciences, the largest academic unit in The College and the university. During this time, he also served as the Associate Dean of Strategic Partnerships for The College.

Jennifer Fewell was our interim School of Life Sciences director, and the end of her tenure was around the time where we have our annual summer potluck. We asked her if she wanted to do a celebration, but she didn't want one and just wanted to enjoy the small gathering. I created this illustration of her dog, Moxie after connecting with her husband for some ideas as to what items she would enjoy looking at. From past interactions, I knew that blue was one of her favorite colors, so I placed the artwork with a blue background.

Exploring the southern parts of Costa Rica following researchers from ASU, the Phoenix Zoo, Mexico and local collaborators working to protect rainforest habitat, and more specifically jaguars.