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DIGITAL RENDERING DESIGN PROJECTS

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HAND RENDERED PROJECT

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CONSTRUCTION DRAWING PROJECTS

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DISPLAY DESIGN PROJECTS

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VARIOUS DESIGN PROJECTS

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STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE SCHOLARSHIP: FIRST PLACE Presentation slides and digital boards presented to a panel of designers in the industry for the 2018 Staples Business Advantage Scholarship. As a debut project for NAIT’s fourth-semester INDT students, the challenge was to create a corporate workspace for the fictitious client, Xactly Advertising agency. Student’s were given vague parameters for client concept; a basic perimeter outline for the floorplan, a logo, and brief description of the agency.

Presentation board (1 of 2) showcasing furniture, materials & finishes.

Utilizing three keywords from the provided description; modern, trendy, and eclectic, the design endeavored to encompass those attributes while still creating a unique, functional, and collaborative environment that would best serve this multidisciplinary creative workspace. The design ultimately won the first place scholarship prize. Software used: SketchUp Pro, Photoshop & Illustrator

Presentation board (1 of 2) showcasing furniture, materials & finishes.

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DIALOG X NAIT TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST: “WILDROSE COMMUNITY CENTRE” CONCEPT DESIGN Design project in the third-semester of the INDT program, students were challenged to design a community centre for the fictitious “Wildrose Community”. This multi-use centre had a strong focus on the arts and the design had to appeal to a wide range of ages, cultures and demographics. With those aspects in mind, the design set-out to inspire the creative-minded users and bring vibrancy into the space by executing colour by manipulating advanced materials. Extensive material research, space planning, concept development, and rendering practice took place in this project. Software used in the project: SketchUp Pro, AutoCAD, Photoshop, & Illustrator.

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HOTEL DESIGN PROJECT

HAND RENDERED PROJECT

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Second semester design project in the INDT program for a hotel. Students were tasked to develop floorplans for hotel suites, while considering barrier-free design. This project also pushed students to explore their hand-rendering skills, illustration skills, material board design and moodboard design to communicate their concepts. All hand-drawn illustrations.


Moodboard images from various sources.

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CONSTRUCTION DRAWING PROJECTS

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COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS: CORPORATE OFFICE SPACE As an on-going project in the third semester of the INDT program, students worked on a set of drawings for the fictitious company, Branch Energy. Note: Drawings were formatted on a 36”x24” layout, drawings have been scaled to accommodate 17”x11”. Areas covered in project: • Addendum’s • Commercial Construction (steel stud framing) • Commercial Doors & Hardware • Commercial Ceiling Types & Framing • Commercial Title Sheet Content • Furniture Blocking Plans • Commercial Millwork Construction Software used: AutoCAD

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RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: CHURCHILL BATHROOM AMES TILE & STONE X NAIT SCHOLARSHIP: THIRD PLACE Project completed during the second semester of the INDT program for the fictitious “Churchill” client. Areas covered in project: • Residential Construction • Demolition Notation • Millwork Construction • Bathroom Design • Tiling & Grout • Material, Fixture & Finish Specifications Software used: AutoCAD Scholarship was based on rendering skills. Renders done by hand with some Photoshop.

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HENRY SINGER SPRING/SUMMER 2018 WINDOW DISPLAYS Window displays for Henry Singer’s Edmonton & Calgary locations. Concept was inspired by the floral graphic trends in menswear for that season and was interpreted with large scale graphics of desert florals in various colour harmonies.

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Materials used: Solid Oak frames, Polystyrene, & recycled foamcore.


HENRY SINGER FALL/WINTER 2016 WINDOW DISPLAYS Window displays for Henry Singer’s Edmonton & Calgary locations. Concept was inspired by the neutral, muted, and cool-toned colour palette of menswear fashion for that season. Materials used: Translucent removable window film, 10mm corrugated plastic, & tree branches.

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HENRY SINGER SPRING/SUMMER 2011 WINDOW DISPLAYS Window displays for Henry Singer’s Edmonton & Calgary locations. Design direction inspired by yacht & sailing clubs.

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Materials used: Various.


HENRY SINGER FALL/WINTER 2012 WINDOW DISPLAYS Window displays for Henry Singer’s 2012 Fall/Winter collections in their Edmonton and Calgary locations. The concept was a mid-century modern inspired “Swiss Alp Chalet” theme. Materials used: Various.

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EVENT GRAPHICS: BIOWARE Contracted by Site 6 Events in 2016 to design all the event graphics, customized printing, and styling for the Bioware holiday celebration, BioWinter Lodge. Entire scope included over 20 different designs and printing solutions

VARIOUS DESIGN PROJECTS: GRAPHIC DESIGN

Event logo.

BEER CAN LABEL: WIN FOR SKIN FUNDRAISER

Donated a custom beer can label design for the fundraising event, Win for Skin, 2017.

“Aprés Ski Bar” custom sign

Event invitation designed to resemble a ski lift pass.

The design features handdrawn original illustrations and incorporates an acrylic painting by Owen Schlosser, whom the event is dedicated to, in the background. The design captures Win for Skin from the first event almost 6 years ago, all the way through to today. The beer inside was generously donated by Ribstone Creek Brewery.

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Way-finding graphic inspired by ski resort map.


STAGE & PROP DESIGN: ACE AWARDS

VARIOUS DESIGN PROJECTS: PROPS & DISPLAYS

EVENT DECOR: BIOWARE Decor design for Bioware’s 2017 Holiday Celebration, these pillars stood 10’ tall and framed the entrance to the “Future Utopia” area for the time-travel themed event.

Stage and prop design concept for the 2017 ACE Awards theme of #RewardYourself. Giant champagne bottle and bubbles using balloons pouring over the stage, massive gold & silver gemstones made from cardstock and reflective vinyl. Contracted by Site 6 Events.

PROP FABRICATION: ICE DISTRICT Free-standing letters constructed out of 2x2’s, Crezone, & Polysytrene. Debuted at Nuit Blanche “Dance of the Cranes”, 2015. The letters were then re-purposed after the event, and mounted along the “Pedestrian Portal” running down 103 Street to Rogers Place, Edmonton, Alberta. Contracted by Signworks Plus.

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ROGERS PLACE VIP GRAND OPENING EVENT Contracted by Site 6 Events to design the event for the VIP Grand Opening celebration for the new Rogers Place arena.

VARIOUS DESIGN PROJECTS: EVENT DESIGN

The objective was to incorporate the new Rogers Place branding and colours and to portray the different functions, events, and ideas the new arena can offer to the city of Edmonton; sporting events (Oilers & Oil Kings), concerts, special events, and supporting Edmonton communities. These concepts were executed as vignettes throughout the reception area of the event.

Entrance towards the ice rink.

The “Oilers & OilKings Vignettes” featuring CNC plywood hockey sticks.

The “Community Vignette” featuring graphics of different Edmonton communities designed by Graphic Artist, Jaime Calayo. For more information visit his website: www.wherewearefrom.com

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VIGNETTES YEG X CRASH HOTEL X EDMONTON DESIGN WEEK: CRASH MY ROOM PROJECT, #360PINK

VARIOUS DESIGN PROJECTS: HOTEL ROOM

Collaboration in 2017 with Susan Pointe of S.Pointe & Co. Art Consulting to design a hotel room at the Crash Hotel based in Edmonton, Alberta. Our design was chosen along with four other concepts to become permanent rooms in the hotel and were debuted at the inaugural Edmonton Design Week closing event party. Our design was challenged with a limited budget, quick turnaround, and the hotel’s desire to re-purpose and reuse materials. What we pulled off was an eclectic, feminine and unique space. Original artwork by local Edmonton artist, Catherine Compston

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