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

Solutions:
Print Design
Cover Design
Date:
2023
Collaborators:
Matthew Miller, Designer
Alyssa Walker, Creative Director
Anna Alexander, Dir. of Photography
Samantha Cooper, Sr. Photo Editor

Netflix, Spotify, Twitter, PayPal, Slack. All down for millions of people. How a group of teen friends plunged into an underworld of cybercrime and broke the internet—then went to work for the FBI.

For Wired’s Dec-Jan 2024 Issue 🦠, Matthew Miller and I created full-page and cover artwork and illustrations for Wired Sr. Editor Andy Greenberg’s piece on the 2016 Mirai malware attack. We took influence from the explosive and corrosive afterglow of the attack’s events and translated it on paper (and screen).

Matthew and I worked closely with Wired’s creative team, comprised of Alyssa Walker, Anna Alexander, and Samantha Cooper, to bring this issue from zero to one hundred. Here’s what we made.


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