Work Samples

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Luggage Designer
Initially hired as a Bag Design Assistant when the Away Travel a direct to consumer start-up was in their Beta funding stage, I was able to work on all aspects of the product design process. My previous Industrial Design education gave me a quick understanding of how luggage and hard components come together, it quickly landed me as the Luggage Designer at Away.
 
Snapshot of products I had worked on. 
Photos are copyrighted by Away.

 

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Bag Design

 

sketch, source, sew
 

Bag design became an interest when I need a versatile bag to travel abroad with. I was looking for a practical and stylish solution. It interested me greatly in how we utilize, interact, and store our everyday gear, which has proven to be an
exciting quest. I was enrolled at F.I.T. under their continuing education classes, and has been making bags out of the Brooklyn Shoe Space.

 

Guitar Triller

 

Guitar Triller was a concept developed by two guitar players, Alex and Jeremy, who wanted to create a variety of unique, different sounds on their guitar using one tool. Kickstarter helped launched their product into mass production, and when it came time to ship Guitar Trillers to long awaited backers, they needed a packaging well suited to introduce this new item into the market.

 

Jay Franco & Son Inc.

 

Creator of bedding, bath and beach company, producing licensed and novelty goods. 
Few examples of packaging in soft goods as well as in store end-cap rendings with product placement. 
Amscan Inc.
Producer of all things party. Amscan Inc. manufactur and distribute party decorations and accessories through various retailer stores such as Party City, Halloween City, The Paper Factory. A sampling of packaging mechanicals that was created.
Illustrations
Last but not least, renderings and doodles
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Acetate- Side Inlay Box

The resolution was having product on the left side, standing upright against paper box on the right side. Acetate box was carefully calculated so the 'hammer' of the tool would line up with the vibrating image of sound on the side of box. The tool also rattles slightly inside box, to give a hit its usage.

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