Category Archives: Project

The Pool

A handmade design can really stand out among all the polished, digital pieces out there. So when a client asks me to hand-craft something, I’m happy to help. Here, the Young Friends of the Earth Germany asked me to help them announce “The Pool,” a contest for design and art students to create campaigns about global warming. They […]

YouPEC Conference

Design can help bring people together for a common cause. But can it do that within just a couple days? The Young Friends of the Earth Germany asked me to find out. At their conference YouPEC — European Youth Perspectives on Energy & Climate, they needed to bring together young environmental activists from all over Europe, speaking many different […]


In these ‘plant portraits,’ a self-initiated project, I researched the inhabitants of different kinds of greenhouses and the people and objects around them. I used a simple medium-format rangefinder film camera to capture the atmosphere of the greenhouse and the peculiar light created by the glass walls. [gss ids=”1376,1371,1374,1373,1370,1375,1377,1368,1369″] This was my first project looking […]

Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day is held once a year by bike advocates in many communities around the US. Some friends and I organized one in New Haven in 2006. I helped plan the event, recruiting a local café to provide a breakfast pit stop to all those who rode that day. I also co-wrote the […]

Yale Sustainable Food

About ten years ago, people from different parts of the Yale community came together as YSFP to learn about and grow sustainable food, and bring more locally grown foods to the cafeterias and to New Haven. I reached out to my alma mater and worked with the Office of the University Printer to help the project connect with the community. [gss ids=”1305,1304,1308,1306,1307,1309″] The […]


For this New Haven French bistro and juice bar with a tiny storefront and a big personality, I designed menus and business cards to help them introduce their new catering services. [gss ids=”1279,1277″]