In Plain Sight
My degree project, In Plain Sight, is a collection of work rooted in different forms of camouflage and natural technology. Each project, like a tool, serves a specific purpose, and can be used as a model and framing device. The initial place of creative departure leaves room for experimentation and new projects.

Without a level of playfulness and uncertainty, design research and form-making would be shapeless and hollow. My design methodology is based on unanticipated discoveries. In order to expand my personal graphic design practice, I will continue to cultivate and spotlight new ways of thinking, making, and documenting.

Attention to color, light, and reflection creates work that mimics or disguises itself. Objects and their surfaces, ornamented with aggressive patterning or bold graphics, open new pathways to graphic discovery as I design for the future.