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EXPERIENTIAL

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    Freelance

 

 

In 2018, ATTN: in collaboration with Ford created an interactive installation for CES tech conference. The set centered around a bicycle which activated neon text when the user pedaled the bike.

PROJECT ROLES – Neon Build Renders, Art Producer, & BTS Footage

 

 

 


 

 

ComplexCon is a festival and exhibition that brings together pop culture, music, art, food, sports, innovation, activism, and education. In 2017, I was commissioned by brand TIALS to create a booth at COMPLEX CON 2107, Long Beach. The ask was to create a 360° neon installation that would launch TIALS breast cancer undergarment line.

PROJECT ROLES – Project Roles – Creative Director, Art Direction, & Experiential Design/ Deck

 

 

 

 


 

 

Julius_7 is Japanese avant-garde fashion brand created by Tatsuro Horikawa. [ Acid Glaciers; ] was an installation to launch their white denim collection at H.Lorenzo, a luxury clothing store. The ask was to create a custom lighting environment which resembled melting glaciers. 

PROJECT ROLES – Lighting Design, Production, & Installation

 

 


 

 

The objective was to raise public awareness about the 12,800 (and counting) children that have been detained by the U.S. government and to create a ripple effect that leads to the reunification of families. This art installation represents the over 14,000 children who are currently being detained by the U.S. government. The milk cartons are a nod to the missing children campaign that ran throughout the U.S. from the early 80’s to the late 90’s. Each carton is a visual representation of an immigrant child being held in detention centers across the country.

PROJECT ROLES – Art Direction/ Deck, Experiential Design, Production, & Installation

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Noon Goons is a Los Angeles-based men’s streetwear brand Founded by Kurt Narmore. These installations were created for Noon Goons’ capsule launch at Dover Street Market Los Angeles. 

PROJECT ROLES – 3D Designer

 

 

 

 


 

 

Flip It N’ Reverse It took place on April 7th, 2018 at LACDA. Here, I explored the archetypal notions of neon through subject and material. The neons in the solo exhibition were statements on rethinking classics. The commercial and practical use of both were, well, flipped and reversed to create a series of delicate sculptures in an art gallery. Released on Polyester Zine.

PROJECT ROLES – Artist, Production, & Installation