MISSUNDERSTOOD


Using on-screen depictions of Blackness as a guiding framework, Missunderstood explores the effects of reductive media portrayals on the psyche as it highlights multilayered representations of Black women’s realities through various platforms.

Letterpress, Publication Design, Video, Web Design, 2021


FLOTATION SLEEP


Zine detailing the social history of the waterbed, specifically underscoring how the flotation mattress came to play a key role in the sexual revolution of the 1970s.

Publication Design, 2020


PROTEST PRINTS


Posters inspired by Spike Lee’s 1989 film, Do the Right Thing, that highlight the film’s central theme of racism as well as its powerful representations of Black culture.

Print Design, 2020


SMILE


An identity created in response to the social issue of telling women to smile, crafted with a mission to combat gender-based street harassment and the culture that perpetuates it.

Brand Narrative, 2019


LOVE THE CURLS


Found imagery and personal work collaged together in a diary-like book that underscores the relationship between hair and identity within the black community.

Editorial Design, 2019


DATING IRL


The cover of a satirical dating zine accompanied by several tear-out posters that explore the nature of modern day relationships and the sometimes confusing, sometimes absurd problems that arise.

Editorial Design, 2019


SAY IT WITH COLOR


Packaging created for a mock nail polish collection.

Packaging Design, 2020 


IS THIS YOUR TRASH?


Flyers cataloguing the numerous pieces of trash discovered at the Meeting Street Steps in Providence, Rhode Island. Done in collaboration with Kian Motamed-Zaman.

Print Design, 2019


SOUVENIRS


Posters designed to illustrate how technology has transformed the ways in which people document their travel experiences.

Poster Design, 2019


BREAK IT DOWN


Poster advertisements designed for Providence-based music artist YourFriendStark and the debut of his single, "Break It Down," on Spotify.

Advertising, 2019


THE COLOR OF MY SKIN


A series of explorations inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED talk, “The Danger of a Single Story,” which discusses how generalizations are complicit in the perpetuation of stereotypes and single stories.

Print Design, 2018