The only graphic designer in Los Angeles. Curiously creating branding, websites, flyers, video, copywriting, and other goods for cultural and commercial clients and causes since 2021.

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🦠 Wired
💙 Human Rights Campaign
🎤 iHeartRadio
🚗 DoorDash
💪🏽 Equinox
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🍅 Wishbone Kitchen

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2023 GDUSA 61st Package Design Awards Winner
2023 The Design Kids Awards Winner
2023 Creative Review New Talent
2023 GDUSA Responsible Designer to Watch
2023 Fast Company Innovation by Design in North America
2023 GDUSA American GD Awards in Infographics
2023 Shorty Impact Award in News & Media
2022 Shorty Impact Award Best in Instagram Winner
2022 Webbys Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Honoree
2022 Webbys Public Service &  Activism Nominee

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Miss my 🌐 old site? Here you go.

REMiND

Solutions:
Social Design
Label Design
Date:
2021 — 2022
Collaborators:
Ursula Griffen, Founder

REMiND ℹ️ believes that mindfulness has the potential to change the world. With courses, workshops, and community to support people’s mental health and well-being, this Auckland-based organization is on a mission to improve lives and create the conditions for a mindful culture.

Ursula at REMiND approached me to supply their freshly launched studio with social media designs, a label design for their cushy meditation cushion, as well as some A-signs for their outdoor gatherings. Stoked to fulfill REMiND's creative needs, I used their intentional, unfussy identity to create goods that maximize awareness and reach. These have helped establish a strong brand image and provide REMiND’s community with a seamless and enjoyable experience.

Here are the goods in question.


All photography credits go to REMiND et al. If you’re in NZ, drop them a line.