Well it's been a year in the making, but we have finally installed the LEED Wall display for the new Mirabella building in South Waterfront. I was hired by Ankrom Moisan Architects to design and develop a 21 foot long display that explains how the building achieved it LEED Platinum Certification. The wall uses illustrations and text to depict the four categories of LEED efficiency: water, energy, air and materials. The final piece was created from digitally printed cherry wood panels with CNC lettering and laser cut illustration. Along with the wall display, I designed a self guided tour through the building, showing Mirabella's eco-friendly efforts in action. I will be getting professional photos soon, but for now enjoy these :)

Many thanks to Heidi McBride for connecting me with Wayne at Mirabella and the Ankrom Moisan team, Mason Yost for the word smithing, Meris Brown for her lovely illustrations, Sarah Runie for her precise electronic production, Gallagher Designs and Portland Vital Signs for producing and executing this massive, intricate piece and Miss Dru Ueltchi for project managing and helping over see production. It was a dream team to say the least.

University of Oregon Alumni Center

Since last December, I had the honor of working very closely with Second Story, in Portland OR to design 3D towering displays for the University of Oregon's new Alumni Center. These 14 foot towers feature artifacts and stories from influential alumni that have helped shape history, Oregon's economy and the the culture of the University. Here's a taste of how it all came together. Check out Second Story's website for further details.

Umpqua Bank: Alberta Street

Every Umpqua Bank is unique to the neighborhood in which it is located. I designed this piece for the Alberta Street location on Portland, OR. The piece pays homage to the diverse DYI culture and the vibrant community on Alberta Street.

umpqua bank at rocklin, ca

here is an animation i worked on for the new Umpqua Bank in Rocklin, CA.
the wavelength pulses and expands to the surrounding music within the bank. the illustrated people come to life while roots grow from beneath them and generative elements such as birds, insects and petals, fly around them.

me & t design

logo design for me and my hubby t!

fold unfolds

a logo design for fold: interactive home wares, the assembly required is what makes it fun!

satya botanicals

branding, logo design and packaging for a new organic skin car line: satya