Brooklyn Community Foundation Identity

Updating the Foundation's style guide. Stationery pictured above; more to come!

Brooklyn Insights

Logo design for Brooklyn Insights, a project designed to bring hundreds of local residents, advocates, entrepreneurs and leaders together to discuss Brooklyn's future. Nearly 1,000 residents and local leaders participated in the project, sharing their concerns about challenges in their communities and sectors, as well as opportunities they see for positive change in a borough where nearly half of all residents are living in or near poverty.

Everytown for Gun Safety

Social media share graphics for Everytown for Gun Safety's Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Bread & Roses

Logo for Bread & Roses, a cultural project founded in 1979 by Moe Foner of the New York Health and Human Service Union, Local 1199 (now SEIU Local 1199). Bread & Roses incorporates theater, creative writing, photography, and art into its projects with the explicit mission of providing workers with a chance to display the artistic gifts that they often put on the back burner due to the demands of working life.

NSA Haiku Generator

Design collaborator for this gem of a project, the NSA Haiku Generator , a project by Grayson Earle that allows users to create haikus using the NSA's database of terms (more about that here) that flag you as a suspected terrorist if you use them in electronic communication.

Every haiku created and shared makes the NSA's efforts slightly less effective by over-saturating the internet with sensitive search terms. - The Creator's Project, NSA Haiku Generator Creates Poems Out Of Verboten Words

Animal New York
Kill Screen
The Creator's Project
Venture Beat
Daily Dot

Street Sheets

Art direction and design for 17 pocket-sized, neighborhood-specific guides to free food and assistance in New York City, which were made available in Spanish, English and Chinese. Each version provides information on the closest soup kitchens, food pantries, SNAP/Food Stamp offices, WIC sites, farmers’ markets and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) sites for that specific neighborhood.

The guides were made possible by the New York City Council via a grant administered by the New York City Human Resources Administration.

Sandy: 1-Year Report

Infographic-style online report for the 1-year anniversary of the Brooklyn Recovery Fund, which has provided more than $3.5 million to relief efforts for the coastal Brooklyn neighborhoods hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy. The objective of this piece was to provide an update to supporters on the ways their donations have been leveraged in the past year to help the residents, businesses and nonprofits that suffered at the hand of Sandy get back on their feet, stronger and better prepared for the future.