Eat-In

Eat-­in is a hypothetical app of my own invention that would act as a sort of personal inventory of one's fridge. The concept is that the user would be able to decide what to make for dinner while on their commute home. The app would also have the ability to consult the internet for recipes with a selected ingredient or ingredients and include a shopping list feature.

Eat-In

Eat-­in is a hypothetical app of my own invention that would act as a sort of personal inventory of one's fridge. The concept is that the user would be able to decide what to make for dinner while on their commute home. The app would also have the ability to consult the internet for recipes with a selected ingredient or ingredients and include a shopping list feature.

Media Team Portfolio Site

I redesigned and coded the front end of the Rutgers University Media Team portfolio website. The team consists of photographers, videographers, graphic designers, coders, and bloggers. To display the various types of work produced by the team I created individualized portfolio pages for each department with varying display methodologies (a gallery view for photos, a comfortable frame for videos, project sliders for graphic design, etc.)

Media Team Portfolio Site

I redesigned and coded the front end of the Rutgers University Media Team portfolio website. The team consists of photographers, videographers, graphic designers, coders, and bloggers. To display the various types of work produced by the team I created individualized portfolio pages for each department with varying display methodologies (a gallery view for photos, a comfortable frame for videos, project sliders for graphic design, etc.)

The Photo Issue

As art director of the Review, an Arts and Culture Magazine at Rutgers, I had the opportunity to work very closely with student photographers. It was upsetting to see how much great work was being made in New Brunswick and never seen outside of a class critique. To combat this phenomenon I proposed and Art Directed the first ever (now annual) Photo Issue in the Fall of 2013.

The Photo Issue

As art director of the Review, an Arts and Culture Magazine at Rutgers, I had the opportunity to work very closely with student photographers. It was upsetting to see how much great work was being made in New Brunswick and never seen outside of a class critique. To combat this phenomenon I proposed and Art Directed the first ever (now annual) Photo Issue in the Fall of 2013.

NBCFA

The mission of the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance is ‘to create a more sustainable food system for all of the city’s residents.’ In acknowledgement of their message of inclusivity I created a system of five colorful, circular symbols based on slices of fruits and veggies. The symbols may be used as a set or individually.

NBCFA

The mission of the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance is ‘to create a more sustainable food system for all of the city’s residents.’ In acknowledgement of their message of inclusivity I created a system of five colorful, circular symbols based on slices of fruits and veggies. The symbols may be used as a set or individually.

Homecoming

I designed the logo and website for Homecoming at Rutgers University. I created a horizontally scrolling ‘river’ of images representing each event that would make up homecoming weekend. Once an image is clicked the user is lead to its corresponding singular event page. The logo was used on T-­shirts that were distributed to students at the homecoming football game.

Homecoming

I designed the logo and website for Homecoming at Rutgers University. I created a horizontally scrolling ‘river’ of images representing each event that would make up homecoming weekend. Once an image is clicked the user is lead to its corresponding singular event page. The logo was used on T-­shirts that were distributed to students at the homecoming football game.

Media Team Infograph

Given a Google doc full of data, I was asked to create a visually interesting infograph to show the progress and stats for the Rutgers Student Life Media Team. I created all the illustrations that make up this piece. The infograph was printed at legal size to be presented in report meetings and as a large poster to be displayed in the office.

Media Team Infograph

Given a Google doc full of data, I was asked to create a visually interesting infograph to show the progress and stats for the Rutgers Student Life Media Team. I created all the illustrations that make up this piece. The infograph was printed at legal size to be presented in report meetings and as a large poster to be displayed in the office.