Issue XVI

Design & Layout
The University of Texas at Austin
School of Architecture, 2020


Issue is a student-produced publication featuring graduate and undergraduate work from the University of Texas at Austin's School of Architecture. Working directly with Issue student editors, Issue XVI was designed around the theme of conflict — responding through vibrating colors, contrasting type, and a wide variety of layouts. In addition, a companion book was designed to hold submitted student essays, sized for a back pocket, with a simple die-cut allowing it to mount to the main book. 

2020 Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals Awarded by the Center for Architecture & AIA NY

* Printed by Capital Printing in Austin, TX









MFA ‘20 & ‘21 Exhibition Catalogs

Design & Layout
Washington University Saint Louis
Sam Fox School MFA in Visual Arts, 2021


Graduate exhibitions for the 2020 & 2021 MFA in Visual Arts cohorts, canceled due to ‘you know what’, were replaced with well-documented 7x10” exhibitions catalogs, detailing installations that no one could see in person. As a measure of unifying these cohorts, a vibrant neon was used and catalogs were inserted into a simple, semi-transparent envelope with a message applicable to both groups.

︎︎︎ Built alongside Jocelyn Yun

* Printed by Advertiser’s Printing in Saint Louis, MO