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project 01 reedy creek visitor center project 02 two harbors residence project 03 neighborhood market project 04 sketches from sicily


project 01


reedy creek visitor center DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION PROJECT 2018


a passage: reedy creek visitor center

PROJECT LOCATION 4101 Hillcrest Road Richmond, VA 23225 Reedy Creek is an area of the James River Park System that includes parking, kayak loading and unloading, walking and biking trails, and river access. OBJECTIVE Design an approximately 1000 square ft. visitor center to support a chosen program and produce construction documentation. ​

MEDIA USED IN PROJECT: Revit Lumion Photoshop


site

JAMES RIVER

TREES

FIELD

HIKING

RAILWAY

PARKING

Site map diagram of Reedy Creek Medium: Google Maps + Photoshop + Illustrator 3


concept to pass through. as the river passes through the city. as the pedestrian passes though this place in transit from the road to the river ​

Concept Diagrams

Process Sketch 4

Process Sketch

Site Map with Building Profile


programming A “rest stop� for river and trail visitors (individuals, families, pets) to rest, relax, recharge and refuel before,during, or after outdoor activities between dawn and dusk.

Furniture Plan with Circulation + Program Areas 5


exterior

North Elevation 0’ 4’ 8’ 12’

East Elevation

South Elevation

West Elevation

0’ 4’ 8’ 12’

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Perspective - North Exterior View 6

Perspective - South Exterior View


passage

Section Through Passage Area Features easy access to restrooms. A mural of the James River re-emphasizes the passage.

Plan Of Passage Area , Showing Cove Lighting Floor cove lighting guides visitors along the passage.

Cove Lighting Detail 7


grab and go The Grab and Go area provides a quick stop for visitors to grab a snack or drink before, during or after outdoor activities and a place to gather information about the James River Park System.

Key Plan

Custom Millwork made of reclaimed wood wraps the space, providing a passage into the adjacent spaces.

Callout Plan 8


View of the Grab and Go area 9


snack and relax This area provides several types of seating for lounging and/or have a snack before, during and after outdoor activities. Glass connects the inside to the outside and hard surfaces make for easy cleaning as visitors will be coming from hiking or river activities.

Key Plan

Callout Plan 10


View of the Snack and Relax area 11


charge Custom millwork charging bar fit with outlets for recharging devices while resting. Divider screen made of river birch branches separates this space and provides shade for looking at devices.

Key Plan

Callout Plan 12


View of the Charging area 13


millwork perspectives

Left: Perspective of millwork, charging side Right: Perspective of millwork, snacking side 14


millwork detail

Detail of section cut laterally through the millwork piece. Shows structure, cladding, assembly and location of power. 15


restrooms Four restrooms are identical and accessible. The south wall is covered in a mosaic of river rocks to reflect the site. A clerestory height window brings daylight into the space, as the program of the space happens from dusk to dawn.

Key Plan

Callout Plan 16


Section perspective of the restroom, looking North

Section perspective of the Restroom, looking South 17


materials

1. River Rock Mosaic Tile, Restrooms 2. Subway Tile, White Grout, Restrooms 3. Honed, Concrete Floors 4. Reclamed Wood, Throughout, Millwork 18

5. Glass 6. Brushed Aluminum, Fixtures + Equipment 7. River Birch Branches, Millwork - Divider 8. Leather (Faux) or Subrella Fabric, Chairs

9. James River Color Inspiration 10. SW Parakeet Paint, Walls 11. SW Secret Cove Paint, Walls 12. Light Grey / WhitePaint, Walls


furniture

SEATING AREA

CHARGING AREA

SNACK AND RELAX AREA

OUTDOOR SEATING AREA

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project 02


two harbors residence RESIDENTIAL DESIGN + PATTERN PROJECT 2018


between two mountains and two harbors: two harbors residence

PROJECT LOCATION Catalina Island, California Catalina Island is an island off the coast of Los Angeles, California. The island offers camping, outdoor activities, sailing, tourism, museums and is known for its ceramic tiles. OBJECTIVE Design a 500 square ft. part-time residence, exterior, interior, furniture and lighting. ​


program The part -time residence serves as a place where a busy Los Angeles computer programmer will come to disconnect from work and reconnect with himself and with nature. The primary program areas are sleep and reconnect with nature and self. Most time spent on the island will be outdoors, the residence supports the outdoor actvities by providing storage and a haven to relax and recharge when indoors.

PROGRAM AREAS

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sleep reconnect w/ nature + self read

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cook eat bathe outdoor storage

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Diagram shows duration and hours that program actvities will occur.

Bubble diagram shows the importance and adjancecis of program components. 3


site

Site map showing the two opposing harbors to the east and west and the two opposing moutain ranges to the north and south.

Caption

Sketch of the immediate site Dotted lines indicate an existing strufture that will be removed. 4


concept

CONCEPT STATEMENT A methaphor for its surroundings “between two mountains and two harbors� , this part-time residence mirrors the mountains with emphasized vertical form, colors and opacity. it mirrors the ocean with planar outdoor living spaces expanding in the direction of the harbors, color, and transparency. Sketch of the building

Parti of the plan idicating views, solid walls and glass. 5


concept models

Solid to Transparent: Moutain to Sea

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Solid to Transparent: Moutain to Sea


concept models

Verticaility of the mountains and the planar nature of the sea

Parti Model of the building form

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the exterior

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No r t h E leva t ion

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East El evat i o n

Ea st S ide Of T h e H ou s e | L i vi n g A rea + O utd o o r Sh e d Vi ews O f Th e Ac t i ve B ea ch 8

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We st El evat i o n

We st Si d e O f Th e Ho use | Bedroom + Ba th Vi ews O f Th e Q ui e t B ea ch

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Sou th E leva tion


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LIVING ROOM 1. Built - In Bookcase With Sliding Door And Metal Handle For Yoga Equpment Storage Inside Tiled With Catalina Island Ceramic Tiles

KITCHEN (Glass Walls On The East And West Stucco Walls On The North And South)

2. Sectional Sofa Upholstered In Soft Viscose + Cotton + Linen Fabric

4. Concept Pendant. Made With Frosted And Tinted Glass Supended From Ullion Above

3. Concept Side Table , Fits Over Sofa Made Of Aleppo Pine And Tinted Glass

5. Stainless Steel “Half-Size” Appliances: Stovetop, Microwave, Oven And Pull Out Refrigerator

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6. Aleppo Pine Cabinets

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7. Soapstone Countertops And Sink

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BATHROOM 8. Toilet By Vitra

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9. Soapstone Slabbed Floor And Tub 10. Corrugated Glass Shower Partition BEDROOM 11. Night Stand Made Of Aleppo Pine 1’ Deep, Pull Out From The Wall

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12. Built-In Bed Made Of Aleppo Pine Pulls Up For Storage Underneath 13. Built-In Closet With Sliding Doors Made Of Aleppo Pine

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Axon omteric View of th e I n terior Spa ce (NTS) 9


schematic plan sketches

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plan + views

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C. View From The Living Room Sofa Views Of The Quiet Beach

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D. View From The Bed Views Of The Quiet Beach 12

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Fu rnitu re P la n


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SECTION B Water Closet Wall with Ceramic Tile Bedroom Casework

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SECTION A Living Area Sofa and Soff it 13


ceiling + lighting

LIGHTING KEY

Gl ow in g Light Eu reka Gl a ss With L ig h t B e h i n d 1 8 “ D ia m eter

Cus to m S co n ce Fro sted G la ss +Ti n te d G l a s s 3” Or 6” D ia m e te r

Cus to m Pe n da n t Fro sted G la ss + Tin ted G la ss 6” D ia m eter

Re ce s s e d Lig h t i n g Gla ss 6” D ia m eter

Ce i l i n g Fan Lotu s By M odern Form s Alum in um 52 ” S pan

Re ce sse d L i g hti n g Frosted Glass 6 ” Diam eter

O utd o o r Re ce sse d L i g hti n g Glass 8 ” Diam eter re flec ted ceilin g 0’

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concept furniture + lighting

FURNITURE Concept Stool + Side Table Aleppo Pine + Tinted Glass + Cushion (Stool)

LIGHTING Concept Pendant + Sconce Frosted Glass + Tinted Glass

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materials The materials are sourced from the island.

Island Black Oak 3” X 3’ Plank Wax Finish Floors

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Island Black Oak 3” X 7’ Plank Wax Finish Ceilings

Aleppo Pine Slabs Wax Finish Furniture + Casework

Soapstone 6’ X 10’ Slabs Wax Finish Sinks + Counters Bathroom Floors

Corrugated Glass Light Teal Tint 3’ X 6’ Plane Shower Partition

Glass Light Teal Tint Planes Windows / Doors

Glass Frosted Sconces + Pendants

Ceramic Tiles 3” X 3” Glazed Floor Transitions Water Closet Wall Bookshelf Backsplash

Viscose, Cotton, Linen Uphostery Sofa

Various Upholstery Cushions + Pillows

Cotton Linens Bedding

Sta in les s Steel Appl i an ce s


pattern project The objective was to develop an all white or “tutto bianco� pattern for the space. Inspired by the mountain ranges and the ocean waves on Catalina Island, this panel is designed to be used as a privacy screen that mediates between the interior space and exterior views for a residence on Catalina Island. During the day the resident views either the panel or the actual mountains and sea on the exterior. At night (or during times of high sun) this screen serves as a reflection of the exterior view. This panel has various transparencies of paper, allowing a variety of light to filter through during the day.

Process sketch

Exhibited at the Page Bond Gallery in Richmond, VA.

Digitally printed pattern pushes limits of white and color.

Paper panel with transparent and opaque paper plays with views and transparency.

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project 03


neighborhood market RETAIL DESIGN PROJECT 2018


heartwood: a neighborhood market

PROJECT LOCATION 205 E Broad Street, Ground Floor A 3-story building currently owned by Walter Parks and home to mOb studio. (76’l x 18’w x 16’h) OBJECTIVE To design two different and similar experiences for a retail shop owner with between 1-3 employees and its customers. To design one experience for a store owner and his/her employees. to respond to, and challenge, Broad Street’s unique history. CONCEPT The heartwood of a tree is the central tree ring, the innermost part of the trunk. It is the oldest, strongest and most resistant of all the rings. Similarly, the Heartwood Neighborhood Market is a central place of nourishment and knowledge that grounds the historical community of Broad St. and Jackson Ward, by representing and contributing to its fortitude. Heartwood is the strength of its community, by selling affordable, fresh whole foods, encouraging and enabling the community to become healthier and stronger. 2

MEDIA USED IN PROJECT: Sketchup Auto CAD Markers + Pens


program

PROGRAMMING BUBBLE DIAGRAM Illustrates importance of activities and adjacencies

PROGRAMMING PLAN DIAGRAM To be the heartwood, or the strength of the community, the owners want to strengthen the neighborhood by encouraging customers to select healthy options. Healthy items like produce are place in abudance at the f ront of the store and foods that should be consumed in small quantities at the back of the store.

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concept

concept sketches illustrating the concept of a dense, central radiating

Store logo based on the concept

The heartwood of a tree

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Diagram of the site, as the heartwood of the neighborhood.

CONCEPT DIAGRAMS The market is the heartwood of the community.


FINAL CONCEPT MODEL Communicates a dense heartwood and tree rings, in a rectilinear shape that mirrors the site. 5


Perspective | Front of The Store - Custom Produce Fixtures + Cooler + Featured Meal Display + Custom Lighting Fixtures 6


Perspective | Store Center - Grab And Go + Coffee + Point Of Sale + Custom Lighting Fixtures 7


Perspective | Back Of The Store - Dry Goods + Meats 8


materials

EXPOSED BRICK NORTH + SOUTH WALLS WOOD FLOOR - SOLID OAK - 6” PLANK HAZELNUT COLOR - MATTE PU CONCRETE FLOOR - CAST IN PLACE LIGHT + MEDIUM GRAY - SEALED INTERIOR SATIN PAINT BEHIND MEAT/DAIRY FRIDGE

WROUGHT OR CAST IRON FIXTURE FRAMES AND LEGS

BALTIC BIRCH PLYWOOD RETAIL FIXTURES

KNOLLTEXTILES ORANGE POLYESTER UPHOLSTRY OFFICE CHAIRS KNOLLTEXTILES LIME POLYESTER UPHOLSTRY OFFICE BENCH CUSHION

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plans

FURNITURE + FIXTURE PLAN Mezzanine Level (Office Space)

FURNITURE + FIXTURE PLAN Lower Level 10

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rcps

description medium

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RCP Mezzanine Level (Office Space)

RCP Lower Level 11


retail f ixtures Family of Custom Fixtures

FEATURE DISPLAY FIXTURE

PRODUCE FIXTURE

DRY GOODS FIXTURE

Axonometric | NTS

Axonometric | NTS

Axonometric | NTS

9’-0”

3’-0”

9’-0”

3’-0”

9’-0”

FEATURE MEAL FIXTURE ELEVATIONS

PRODUCE FIXTURE ELEVATIONS

DRY GOODS FIXTURE ELEVATIONS

Elevations | NTS

Elevations | NTS

Elevations | NTS

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3’-0”


RETAIL FIXTURE MODELS FAMILY OF FIXTURES Basswood + Chipboard Scale: 3”=1’-0” 13


retail f ixtures

Featured Meal Display Fixture Axon Drawing 14

Featured Meal Display Fixture Model


Produce Fixture Model

Dry Goods Fixture Model 15


PRESENTATION LAYOUT Final Critique 16


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project 04


sketches f rom sicily OBSERVATIONS FROM STUDY ABROAD 2018


An abstraction watercolor and pen sketch of the typical skyline across Sicily

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A drawing of the entrances at the Castello di Zisa in Palermo, Sicily


A pattern exercise using ink and erasers, completed in the Mediterranean Art & Design Program workshop in Siracusa, Sicily

A watercolor and pen sketch of a cave we walked through on a clay-gathering hike in Sicily

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A watercolor and pen sketch of an expansive bridge in a botanical garden and sculpture park in Sicily

A watercolor and pen study of materials found on the island of Ortigia in Siracusa, Sicily

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A watercolor of flowers found in Siracusa, Sicily


A sketch of the battle atop the Duomo on Ortigia Island in Siracusa, Sicily

A sketch of a home in the Arab Quarters on the island of Ortigia

A drawing of the windowss at the Castello di Zisa in Palermo, Sicily

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graphic design


area app BACKGROUND INFORMATION Area is an emerging mobile application with geolocation and social functionalities. THE PROJECT The objective of this project was to use the revamp the existing brand to develop a brand that is strong enough to penetrate the social application market MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE • Branding • Digital Design • Print Design YEAR: 2018 2


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vcu student programming BACKGROUND INFORMATION Work created to support student programming, campaigns and campus events. MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE • Branding • Digital Design • Print Design YEAR: 2018 - 2019 6


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boys & girls clubs of metro richmond branding MISSION STATEMENT Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond’s mission is to empower young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to succeed in life. BRAND IDENTITY Storytelling: BGCMR has a complicated story; primarily because we do not define only one kind of success. When something is good, you just feel it. That’s why we don’t require specific grades or impeccable behavior. We have high expectations, sure. But we let our members craft their own stories – and we have three ways to help them tell it: Contrast: At the heart of every BGCMR story is contrast. Whether it’s between our past versus our future or our environment versus our individuality, we always stand out. It’s no surprise, then, to have contrast play a visual role in our brand. High-contrast colors as well as contradicting content help achieve this for our organization. Local: BGCMR has been in Richmond for 70 years, and we’re proud of that fact. We happen to believe this is one of the most hopeful places in Virginia and we strive to include the local culture in everything we do. The use of texture, historic facts and casual language all add to this effect. Bold: Boldness can go hand in hand with the brand element of contrast, but we also show our bolder side with language. Where appropriate, 10

we are straight-forward and even pithy with our language. This helps establish us as a “tell-it-like-it-is” organization that is ever-present, relevant and honest. Human: We are an organization dedicated to people. It’s only natural that a huge part of our brand is the beauty that surrounds humanity. Our photography is based on portraiture that showcases the emotion and humanity of each subject. Our stories bring its characters to life in ways that are relatable and honest. In everything we do, we pay particular attention to the human values we impact and the characters we build. THE PROJECT The objective of this project was to create a consistent and recognizable brand for the organization. They have established themselves in the community as a strong non-profit brand. My task was to come up with a solution to represent their brand identity visually. MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE • Branding • Print Design • Web Design • Illustration COURSE Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond Internship YEAR: 2016


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bgcmr live! branding BACKGROUND INFORMATION Live! is a Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond annual showcase event celebrating our kids and our culture. THE PROJECT The objective of this project was to create a consistent and recognizable brand for this event. That reflects the energy and livelihood of the organization. DESIGN REQUIREMENTS • Must fit under the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond brand MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE • Branding • Print Design COURSE Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond Internship YEAR: 2016 14


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focus campaign branding BACKGROUND INFORMATION Allyson Carpenter and Jordan Roper were running for the President and Vice President for the Howard University Student Association. THE PROJECT The objective of this project is to create a campaign brand that would set the duo apart from the other candidates. They wanted to be portrayed as serious, focused, and all about Howard University. MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE •B randing • Print Design • Web Design • Illustration COURSE Howard University, Campus Involvement YEAR: 2016 18


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howard deli re-brand BACKGROUND INFORMATION Located across from Howard University in Washington, DC, Howard Delicatessen is a small, casual, “hole-in-the- wall”, family-owned takeout deli that has been a staple in the community since 1923. Howard Deli has withstood decades of changes of the surrounding area. The Deli serves breakfast and lunch sandwiches, chips, snacks, sweet tea. They specialize in “Sandwiches, Coffee and School Supplies. Howard Deli caters to DC school-age students and Howard University students. They are open until 3 pm during the week and until 12 on Saturdays. Historic and current photos of Howard students, celebrities, important newspaper articles fill the shop. They stand for recording history. The shop is own by Kenny Gilmore (56) and was founded by his godparents - two Italian immigrants, Frank and Mary Guerra. THE PROJECT The objective of this project is to create a consistent and recognizable brand and branded environment for the Howard Delicatessen. While the Howard Deli intentionally preserves history, its interior and exterior is outdated. This establishment has not had trouble keeping its doors open. But, a more appealing look and a refined brand will bring even more business to the Deli, making this “hidden gem” more visible. PRIME OBJECTIVE To establish a nostalgic, student-friendly, clean and modern visual brand for Howard Delicatessen. Brand Words: 22

• Vintage / Historic • Student-Friendly • Quick • Family and Community Oriented TARGET MARKET The target audience includes: Existing Clients (Shaw-Howard residents, Howard University students, neighborhood school children) DESIGN REQUIREMENTS • Design must follow modern trend and be consistent and cohesive across all platforms (deliverables) • Design must be nostalgic and exude current character • Design deliverables must be transferable, relatively easy to manage and be produced • Must include the quote: “It’s made with love.” (A quote from the owner from his interview with Washington Post’s Nikita Stewart) MEDIA USED • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC COURSE Senior Independent Study YEAR: 2016


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vigor magazine THE PROJECT The objective of this project is to brand, design and produce a 64 page magazine on any topic. TARGET MARKET Vigor is targeted toward the fitness community, the seriously fit, those who live and breathe health and fitness. MEDIA USED • Adobe Indesign CC • Adobe Photoshop CC • Adobe Illustrator CC AREAS OF EXPERTISE •Branding • Layout • Editorial Design • Print Design • Web Design • Illustration COURSE Magazine and News Design II YEAR: 2016 26


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logos

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Typography-based posters 34


News paper double truck design for Rio 2016 Paralympics COURSE: News Design YEAR: 2016 35


Portrait | Acrylic on Canvas | 11x14” 2018

Misty | Acrylic On Canvas | 2014

11X14”

Portrait | Charcoal | 9x12” 2017 37


Portrait | Illustrator 2017

Self- Portrait | Acrylic on Board | 4x6’ 2014 38

Ri | Illustrator 2017


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