This is a data visualization I created that depicts bank amalgamations from 1920 to June 2011. The top ten most valuable banks in 2011 were the result of the merging of 131 banks since 1920. Included in the graphic is which political party was in power of congress each year (Republicans in red, Democrats in blue), amount of bank legislature passed each year (shown in yellow), economic crises (shown in teal), and the banks' present day worth (shown in light grey). The top bank in June 2011, Bank of America, was worth $22 billion, while the tenth most powerful bank, TD Bank, was worth $180 million.
This project took an incredible amount of research and determination and the outcome provides an interesting visual display of the history of the banking system in the US throughout the last 91 years.
Art direction, illustration, infographic design
Art direction, motion graphics, illustration
The HuffPost Science series about microwaves has over 1,300,000 views collectively.
The HuffPost Third Metric series about yoga has over 38,000 views collectively.
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Everything You Need To Calculate The Speed Of Light Can Be Found In Your Own Kitchen
These Yoga Poses Will Take You Through The Perfect Day
I designed and illustrated two beach towels for Animoto's employees. MYAGI is Animoto's company-wide mid year gathering in New York and is vaguely Karate Kid themed. I drew out a simple crane and cobra and paired them with an offset pop of white for a fun, summery vibe.
Art direction, infographic
This is an infographic made for Animoto that centers around business marketing, video, and social media. We decided on a sports theme because not only is it an Olympic year, but the iconography allowed us to illustrate the competitiveness of marketing and visualize the statistics in a fun and engaging way. Made in collaboration with Blake Thomas and Alicia Li.
From a series of badges I designed to be displayed on the glass doors of Animoto's themed conference rooms. They've drastically improved office way-finding and are super cute to boot! The vinyl stickers are seven inches in diameter.
Art direction, illustration, apparel
I designed and illustrated a tote bag for Animoto's employees. It depicts the company's major milestones throughout the years. Made in collaboration with Blake Thomas.
Motion graphics, illustration
A selection of animations done for marketing e-mails and social media channels.
Poster design, illustration
This is a poster I created to inform people about the joy and integrity of brewing one's own beer. My intent was to design something as fun and straight-forward as possible in order to give viewers a sense of how simple the brewing process is.
Art direction, branding, advertising
Playing off the gruff and no-nonsense attitude of Corner Bistro, I designed a hypothetical advertising campaign that promotes both the character and famous food of this old school New York haunt.
This poster illustrates the differences between Helvetica and Arial. Helvetica is shown in cyan and Arial in magenta, and where they entirely overlap is white. The circular call-outs reveal the most significant differences between the two typefaces. I chose a quote from Massimo Vignelli as an homage to his infamous adoration of Helvetica.
Art direction, branding
Identity design for Lanai, an imagined tiki-themed bar located in New York City. Designed in collaboration with Stephanie Porzio.