Info ︎

Projects:


1. The Office: An In-Depth Analysis of Workplace User Behavior —The New York Times

Link ︎


Year — 2019
Type — Digital
Work — Design, Motion, Illustration, Code

Collaboration/Creative direction by Tracy Ma





2. The Decameron Project —The New York Times
Magazine

Link ︎


Year – 2020
Type – Digital
Work – Design, Code

With Kate LaRue and Jacky Myint




3. Great Performers 2020 —The New York Times Magazine

Link ︎


Year – 2020
Type – Digital
Work – Design, Code

With Kate LaRue and Jacky Myint




4. The Design Report: Visualizing the 2018 AIGA Design Census

Link ︎

Featured on AIGA Eye On Design ︎


Year — 2018
Type — Digital
Work — Design, Data Visualization,
Code




5. The Best of Illustration 2019 —The New York Times

Link ︎


Year — 2019
Type — Digital
Work — Design, Code


Collaboration with Antonio De Luca




6. Sweatpants Forever —The New York Times Magazine

Link ︎


Year – 2020
Type – Digital
Work – Design, Code




7. The Culture Issue: Bad Bunny —The New York Times Magazine

Link ︎


Year – 2020
Type – Digital
Work – Design, Code



8. Looking Back at People Watching the Apollo 11 Mission
The New York Times

Link ︎


Year — 2019
Type — Digital
Work — Design, Code 


Advised by Rumsey Taylor 




9. Various Works
The New York Times

Year — 2019
Type — Digital
Work — Design, Motion, Illustration, Code


All work at The Times ︎



10. Anomie — Lunar Gala 

Year — 2019
Type — Digital, Branding
Work — Design, Motion, Code





11. Signs from God

Year — 2019
Type — Print
Work — Design




12. Abstraction Recognition

Year — 2018
Type — Print, Physical artifacts 
Work — Participatory design, Graphic design, Motion




13. Generous Feedback

Year — 2019
Type — Print, Exhibit
Work — Creative direction, Graphic design, Participatory design

Collaboration with Faith Kim, Juan Aranda, HeeSeo Chun




14. The Reddit Bible 

Year —2019
Type — Sentence embedding (InferSent), basil.js, Python
Work — Design, lots of code

 

15. Et Cetera ︎

Small sketches and things, incl. a chat room! 




Mark

The Decameron Project

My first project with The NYT Magazine, this was a collection of short stories from fiction writers around the world. They were asked to write in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as a reference to Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron from the 14th century, which itself was a reflection of the Black Death. 

I had so much fun helping come up with a concept for a landing page that would house all the stories, as well how the stories would translate to digital. It is extremely rare for the NYT to publish fiction, and I wanted this to feel special in that way, but also feel tactile and otherworldly—in a devastating year, fiction is sometimes the only way to make sense of it.

We created a custom digital font via Sophy Hollington’s linocut letterforms, as well as pulled the original linocut borders into over 20 custom digital page borders.