I am a graphic/web designer that has graduated from the Micromedia program at Vanier College. I have learned a lot about print, and web throughout my studies. I have developed a stronger love for creating designs and visuals that can speak for themselves.
This portfolio is created to showcase the artwork that I have done throughout my three years of education. It includes work that was done in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat, and Dreamweaver.See My Portfolio
Are you looking for a graphic designer that is creative, and passionate about design?
Design brochures, posters, packaging, promotional documents, etc.
Digital and business communications
This is an advertisement that was created for a client of Bride & Groom Magazine. I communicated with the client and was asked to create a spread that displayed a tropical feeling. The client also wanted colors that represented her brand, which included gold, black and white. I also redesigned her logo by using a script font and a gold color to represent the word “glow”.
During my internship at Bride and Groom Canada, I created many graphics that were displayed throughout their social media. I maintained the feel and look of the company by respecting the branding guidelines, which includes the use of typography and colors.
I was responsible of designing 3 different badges that would help promote and showcase Bride and Groom throughout their social media posts. This includes a “Follow Us”, “2017 Advertiser” , and “Elite Member” badges. I used the company’s branding typography and colors, in order to best represent their image.
During my internship at Clair de Lune, I created many promotional graphics and banner for their website and social media. Each banner needed to be designed in English and in French. I was responsible of picking the typography, colors and images.
During my internship at Clair de Lune, I was asked to create four newsletters each week, including the a banner for each. I also got the chance to take photos of some of the products that needed to be displayed in the newsletters.
I got the opportunity to redesign their newsletter for Mother's Day. I created visual hierarchy by using color and two different fonts. In addition, contrast was used in order to make the price standout.
I was asked to create a french postcard, and acrylic sign display for the company Le Living, which informs people that they are moving to another location in the same mall. I created an abstract design and used a charcoal color palette, in order to reflect the company’s style.
The goal of this project was to create a six word story which represents me. I used Photoshop to make the image black and white. For the typography I used InDesign.
For this project, I was asked to design an Abstract Expressionist label and booklet for an olive oil company. I used a monochromatic green throughout my oil label to represent olives. A booklet was also designed to accommodate the oil bottle.
The goal of this project was to design a guide for new students at Vanier. This guide would provide students with information about on-campus and off-campus lunch locations and restaurants. There is also a map included which would allow the new student to find their way around the campus. I used the color red to represent Vanier, since that’s their main color. I also drew my own illustrations of the different foods served at Vanier and included textures on them.
The goal of this project was to design a logo for a company that was given to us. I designed a logo for an Australian Airline company. I wanted to incorporate the Australian continent and the plane’s wing into the design. I was also inspired by the name of the company “Outback”, which is a remote, desert area. When researching the Outback, I was able to find an image, which helped me decide what colors to use.
This is a bilingual annual report that is created to educate people about the work that Dans la Rue does. Hand-created elements such as the chalk hand written typography and the photography of shadows helps in sending the image of life in the street.
I took a printmaking course at Vanier College. I had to create a design that related to the theme of music. I first had to draw three different designs, which included a realistic, a less detailed and an abstract. Once I finished my drawings, I went into Photoshop to edit and retouch one of my designs. In order to apply the design on a t-shirt, I used the screen print technique.Download the PDF
The goal of this project was to design a poster for the Big Band event. I looked at the previous poster designs to get the feeling and style that they want to present. I placed a saxophone on the poster, since it is displayed on all the previous posters, however I also added a trumpet to the design. I used the colors purple and yellow, which are complementary and they work well together. I was given bilingual information for the poster. The challenge was placing both the french and the english, without making it look to busy.
The goal of this project was to design an interactive form for a cupcake shop. The layout of this form was designed in InDesign, whereas the interactive part was done in Acrobat. The colors that I used were taken from the cupcakes’ logo, including the dotted lines. This form was designed so people can order online and submit their order.
This mobile app is designed for kids ages 5 and up. It is a jigsaw puzzle that has 3 different images with an easy, medium and hard mode. Users can interact by dragging the pieces onto the canvas. This game can also be played on mobile, since it supports touch screen.Check it out!
The goal of this project was to design a logo for a dog treat company. I spent a lot of time sketching my ideas and I came up with three different logos, two of which used an illustration of a dog and the final one was based on typography. I modified the typography in order to resemble a dog. A black square unifies the logo and typography.This branding project incorporates the design of a business card, letterhead and envelope for Yarmouth Bay Dog Treats. I used yellow and black throughout my design in order to show consistency.
For this project, I had to create dog treat packages for three different flavours. I unified the three packages by using the same typography and keeping the same placement of text and images, in order to create hierarchy. The colour changes depending on the flavour.
This is one of the 2017 winning posters for the OSTMH Micromedia Vernissage event. The theme was creativity and technology, which is displayed throughout my poster, invitation and website. My partner and I created a website where you are able to view all the graduates’ portfolios and find more information about the Vernissage.