Some of the work I did for my internship at Aaron Stewart Home. It includes flyers, invitations, work sheets and interior renderings. I was in charge of creating original content for their trunk shows, openings and parties, both web and print. Many are a collaborative effort with the owners and my interpretation of their vision, and others are original content that they approved.
For my Packaging class final I designed the packaging for a collection of candles inspired by tragic female historical figures. I have always been inspired and intrigued by history. I carefully researched each character, the time period they lived in and the scents popular of the time and region.
Inspired by alchemical symbols and the elegant lives of royalty I designed packaging that was simple, but rich in color and depth. Ideally they would be in a collection with fragrance diffusers and maybe perfume.
The outside packaging was designed and printed as mock-ups of a final product, and the bottles were designed in Rhino to have a visualization of what they might look like.
The Cake Lady
I was hired to create a personal brand for a small cake business, she wanted a logo, business cards and a specialty menu to have at the cafes that carried her product, to eventually expand her brand.
A collection of Info-graphics I have made for a couple of classes at RISD.
Re-Branding: Providence Granola
As a second part to our case study, our group decided to continue our work with Providence Granola by delving deeper into the opportunities we had identified. We re-designed their logo and created a platform to increase their web presence.
Case Study: Providence Granola
In collaboration with SVPRI we were partnered with a local social venture. Working with Deesha Misra and Pierre Lai we developed a case study for Providence Granola. Closely working with the founder of Providence Granola we carefully studied their venture to help PG clarify some aspects of their business. We helped develop a clearer business plan and identify possible opportunities for growth.
Providence Granola is a social venture based in Providence, RI that helps refugees acclimate to a new environment, by giving them a steady job and income, eventually giving them skills be part of the community.