INFO


Graphic designer based in St. Louis, MO / Kiikaapoi land. Currently pursuing a BA in Design with a Communication Concentration from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.

Open to any freelance opportunities. Always excited to learn and build new things together!



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WRITING


Imagining the Homeland
ANXIETY & EMPIRE, 2021

The Grid & Systems of Control
DESIGN & CAPITAL, 2021




GEOGRAPHIES OF
RACIAL CAPITALISM

a documentary transcript + other texts






Project Info
IDENTITY + PRINT DESIGN, 2022
 
Typefaces
FRANKLIN GOTHIC STD, MONOTYPE
RUDE SLAB, DSTYPE
SLAB ANTIQUE, HWT

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RESEARCH REPOSITORY
Wordmark and extended print identity for the Woolworth’s store once occupying the lower floors of San Francisco’s iconic Flood building (opened 1952–1997).

The Woolworth’s flagship store on Powell & Market streets in downtown SF was a local landmark and continues to occupy residents’ cultural memories. A site of labor protest and Civil Rights organizing amidst the supposed prosperity of postwar consumerism, this five-and-dime store became a space of resistance against the glaring exploitation of racial capitalism.

This typographic-driven identity imagines the now absent space of the Woolworth’s enterpise as revitalized through a lecture event. Ticket, letterhead and envelope collateral extend the flexible, layered typographic system established on the business cards. The wordmark as well as these applications allude to the layered visual, cultural and labor histories embedded in the site. 




Poster design for lecture event, extending the type system to interact with images on large-scale promotional materials.