I never pass up the opportunity to make storytelling more fun and compelling. Below are some of my favorite projects that I have led and stories that I have worked on.
KCS Associate Board
As the Marketing Chair and designated designer, I was tasked with creating a brand for Korean Community Services of the Metropolitan Area’s (KCS) Associate Board. Our board decided to take on the name Project 1K– an homage to the 1,000 people that KCS services each day. KCS was established in 1973 by a group of Korean-American immigrants who saw a community suffering due to a lack of language, resources and support. Their mission was to be a bridge for Korean immigrants and the wider Asian community to fully integrate into society and overcome any economic, health and social barriers so they could become independent and thriving members of the community. Over the years, KCS has been able to accomplish this mission by providing programs such as senior job training courses, legal services, health care access and mental health services, a thriving adult day care center (with classes such as painting and dancing), the only Meals on Wheels program delivering Korean and Chinese meals for seniors—the list goes on. Though KCS is one of the largest and oldest Korean nonprofits in the country, many of you may not know of it or its daily impact.
Wing It is a fun storytelling game for all ages. I designed all assets of the game including the logo, mascot, box design, and all other components of the game.
Bull Pen Ave
As part of my continuing education at the School of Visual Arts, I created an identity for a fictional neighborhood that surrounds Citi Field.
Travel Bloggers Infographic
I created this infographic within 5 hours for an exclusive story, reporting on how travel bloggers like to spend their time, where they go and how much they spend. I created all of the illustrations from scratch.
In collaboration with a reporter at Adweek, I illustrated the massive global impact of The Gates Foundation - the largest and most influential philanthropic organization on the planet. It saved and impacted millions of lives around the world and visualizing its results has been an honor. The Gates Foundation now uses the graphics I created as part of its promotional marketing materials.
As the art director of my capstone team, I created all of the graphics and deliverables for our client, Missouri After School Resource Center. Here are just some of the highlights, but please visit the campaigns page to view the entire book!