Graphic design was not my first love– in fact I never thought I would get into it. My mom is the artist in the family. I was always more attracted to audio and radio stories. However, after taking a couple classes on visual communications and spending a summer in Spain studying infographics and typography, I realized… this stuff is awesome! Magazine layouts, infographics, designing ANYTHING. It’s all very fun!
Fighting Against Women’s Cancers: My first infographic at KDLG public radio in Dillingham. I created the full package for the radio and the graphic to accompany it online.
Tightening America’s Sugar Belt: My very first infographic! I was obsessed with the obesity epidemic in the US and I knew there had to be a correlation between that and poverty. This graphic explores those ideas.
Ink Inc.: I created the graphics and layout for this moc tattoo magazine. I can’t begin to tell you how much fun I had making the cover and the female skull!
China’s Outside City: I worked with a professor and other students to create a much bigger project about the growing number of Chinese international students at my school. For that semester, I focused on the relationship between Hong Kong and the rest of China.
Front Page: I created this cover for an exercise we did in my design class.