Converge Magazine is a quarterly faith-based publication from Vancouver, Canada. As the designer of Issue 19: Travel, I modified the style guide and look of the magazine and applied this to the current issue. I also art directed all artworks for the articles, managed projects with contract illustrators, and produced photography for one of the main articles. There are 52 pages in Issue 19.
Art Direction, Graphic Design, Print Design
As part of the merchandising team, I conducted product research with managers and designed presentations and a 72-pg trend report book for the Western Canadian meetings.
Graphic Design, Photography
Baybayin is a writing form from the Philippines, that has been lost in the 17th century. Unlike alphabets, the Baybayin is an abugida, whereby each letter is pronounced with a vowel sound. This pamphlet illustrates Baybayin written form as well as briefly showcases its history from the 1500's to its preservation in contemporary times.
Calligraphy, Graphic Design, Print Design
Branding and packaging design for Kati. Kati is a canvas toy that can take many forms, accentuating the interior design within your home or office. Paint or accessorize Kati to further style it into a character of your choice.
Branding, Graphic Design, Packaging
Art directed and produced photographs for the fashion editorial featured in INDIE Magazine blog and String Magazine online. Styled by Mickelli Orbe.
Woo To See You
Art Directed the spring lookbook for Yaletown boutique store, Woo To See You. Inspiration from birds-eye-view and contemporary paintings. Photographed by Agnes Laurel and photo edited by Kriza.
Art Direction, Fashion Styling, Photography
Print design and Photography for Mickelli Orbe's Spring/Summer 2009-2010 collection.
Graphic Design, Digital Photography
Typography & illustrated posters created in collaboration with Robin Oshiro. They serve as personal reminders to live better lives.
Fort McMurray Today
As the art director of advertising, I designed and produced photography for the promotional material of the Fort McMurray Today. This included an extensive media kit as well as advertisements.
Advertising, Art Direction, Graphic Design, Photography