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I'm a self-starter and collaborator. Design is where I stem from and is my passion, but I'm also addicted to startups, examining the authenticity of real human connection in today's digital world, and activating & creating spaces. All these elements impact me as a designer and as a continuous observer. Print design, good typography and presentation design are rooted skill sets. Other skills include videography/editing, photography, printmaking, bookbinding, and coding. Dreams to live in London one day. Temporary online portfolio: www.be.net/knqinLocked Pro Plan feature
Cofounded a bicoastal startup studio (Boston and LA based). We executed fashion photoshoots to digital/print campaigns to filming behind the scenes music video.
Assisted Creative Directors and Art Directors with creating pitch decks to logos on client projects like Microsoft, Coca-Cola, WholeFoods, HBO and internal Omelet brands.
I designed & created mosaic collection catalogs using InDesign, Tessera (Artaic proprietary software) and Photoshop, film and edit videography, wrote blog posts on innovative concepts/artists/news within the mosaic industry, assembled tile sample boards, created design proposals for clients.
I achieved my Master of Science in Media Ventures (Entrepreneurship, Media and Innovation) from Boston University's College of Communications (Boston and LA campus). From my MS thesis, I created a full business plan and pitch. I am continuing to develop my start up, Niblings.
Achieved my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and minor in Advertising from Boston University's College of Fine Arts.
Of the New England area, my "Study of Life and Design Principles" book was chosen as a finalist in the BoNE Show. I curated, designed, hand bound this book with french folded colored paper inserts defining each chapter/principle. I paralleled life lessons to design principles (Japanese and American) ie: Study of Scale / Datsuzoku correlates to "A person's a person, no matter how small." - Dr. Seuss