Featured Professional Work Samples

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1. Visual Guide for Vending in the Right of Way [PDF]
I created this visual guide for Seattle Department of Transportation's Public Space Management team. I produced this document in collaboration with permit reviewers and coaches to serve as a broadly accessible interpretation of the codes and regulations governing vending in the right of way.
Software used: Illustrator, InDesign

2. Why Support this Investment in Affordable Housing Near Transit? [PDF]
This one-pager was used by the Housing Development Consortium to educate Washington State legislators about House Bill 1223, which was adopted and signed into law in April 2015.
Software used: Illustrator, InDesign

3. Shaping Your South King County City's Future: Housing Element Policies for Equitable Growth [PDF]
This image is an excerpt from a larger set of materials, produced for the Housing Development Consortium, intended to assist planners in south King County as they made the most recent updates to their cities' Comprehensive Plans.
Software used: Illustrator, InDesign

4. Is There Enough Affordable Housing in Seattle? [image]
The Seattle Times blog published an excerpt from this infographic, produced for the Housing Development Consortium, in its October 23, 2013 post "Affordable housing's NIMBY problem in Seattle". [blog post]
This infographic was also displayed as an educational tool at multiple Poverty Immersion Workshops, organized by Seattle University's Faith and Family Homelessness Project. [image]
Software used: Illustrator, InDesign

5. City Stories Promotional Video [video]
In 2015, I introduced basic city planning concepts to a class of 30 students at Washington Middle School (Seattle) through a program called City Stories, sponsored by Seattle Architecture Foundation and Feet First. As we explored the Central District, students interviewed each other and recorded these interviews using iPod Touches. Using their footage, I produced this promotional video, which has been screened at a number of public events around Seattle.
Software used: Premiere Pro

Writing Samples

Public comment letter in response to University District Urban Design Draft Environmental Impact Statement [PDF]
For Housing Development Consortium (June 23, 2014)

"Go outside! It's good for you!" [blog post]
For Forterra's Green City Partnerships (April 4, 2012) 

"Amnesty Activists Surprise Cheney at His 'Today Show' Appearance" [blog post]
For Amnesty International USA's Human Rights Now (August 31, 2011)