Working in collaboration with Disney and Street Virus, I helped to conceptualize, design and bring to life a 17,000 sq/ft interactive museum to celebrate the 90th birthday of Mickey Mouse! We created over 11 immersive, themed rooms - each sprinkled with little bits of Mickey Mouse history and photo ops for guests. Layout and exhibition design was done in Rhino and renderings of the space were finished in Keyshot. See side by side images of renderings compared to the finished installations (+ some bonus photos of the space!)
KKW Beauty Pop Up
Designed in collaboration with Trask House and Production Domain, the first KKW Beauty Pop Up at the Century City Mall. Layout, interactive installations and product displays were designed in Rhino for beauty guru and reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
Abstract Valentine's Day Window Display
This Valentine's Day display was created for a boutique in Echo Park. Over 100 pieces of wood were hand painted in tones of rust, mauve and cranberry for a feminine yet rustic look.
Product design and event styling for a NARS launch event for beauty influencers. Click through the gallery to see photos from the event as well as concept renderings.
The goal of this event was to highlight two new products, an eyeshadow palette and six new shades of their Radiant Creamy Concealer. The colors of the eyeshadow palette were repeated throughout the house. Custom tables were designed to match the palette, bright strips of color on the floor led guests to explore the Beverly Hills home and an oversized eyeshadow palette became the backdrop for photos. The Radiant Creamy Concealer bar was designed to look like a giant candy dispenser with colored strips to highlight the six new shades. And the most photographed product of the night was the oversized #NARSISSIST hashtag at the edge of an infiniti pool.
Desert Window Display
This desert of cacti was designed for Gingerly Witty’s summer window display.
Anthropologie Visual Display
The window was inspired by the pattern work of William Morris. Each piece of the display was cut out of cardboard, coated in a glue-sand mixture and painted. The top pieces of the display are coated in copper foil.
The past year and a half, I've been rebuilding a 1966 Playmor travel trailer, affectionately named The Bean. This has been a personal project that's really challenged me to learn more about classic restoration techniques, new building techniques, interior design, project management and everything in between. The Bean will set sail for its maiden voyage in 2018! You can read about my entire process here.
All renderings are built in Rhino and rendered in Keyshot. They are a little sneak peek of what the trailer will look like upon completion.
Reimagining a Playground
This project, designed in conjunction with IED Barcelona, transformed the blank slate of a concrete playground into a multipurpose game space.