Infinite Chicago ( 2017)  The marketing office of Infinite Chicago requested a window graphic revamp. I teamed up with their student engagement team to create a multi-window composition revolving around both the identity of Infinite and Chicago.
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  Infinite Chicago   ( 2017)
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  Mitsui Rail Capital Office Branding Project ( 2016) - Cushing and Company
  BTS ( 2018)  BTS was in need of totally revamping their office's outdated environment. Together we came up with a plan to make the most of their space. By combining their existing visual identity with innovative printing methods, we transformed their space visually and functionally.  Photographs taken by Cushing's marketing team.
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  BTS   ( 2018)
  UIC Richard J. Daley Library Circle Reading Room Mural Presentation Slides  (2014–15) - Design Thinking and Leadership  The Design Thinking and Leadership course spent our senior year developing a visual identity for the Obama Presidential Library and Museum. As a class we researched existing libraries, including the library on our campus: The Richard J. Daley Library.  There was a new room under construction in the Fall of 2014 for quiet space. The room was to be called the "UIC Circle Reading Room" in celebration of the campus's 50th anniversary and recipients of the Silver Circle Teaching Excellence Award. Our class was given the task to design a mural that would be featured on the authoritative back wall of the room. The mural I designed was selected.
  UIC Richard J. Daley Library Circle Reading Room Exterior  (2014 – 15) - Design Thinking and Leadership
  UIC Richard J. Daley Library Circle Reading Room Mural  (2014 – 15) - Design Thinking and Leadership
  UIC Richard J. Daley Library Circle Reading Room Mural  (2014 – 15) - Design Thinking and Leadership
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