This project was not affiliated with the Stop Hate Project. This project was created as part of a graphic design course. Project Overview During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a surge in racial violence towards Asian Americans. The Stop Hate Project operates a website and a hotline to provide legal and social services for […]
Overview As the Grand Prize Winner in Google Play’s Change the Game Design Challenge, I worked with the Girls Make Games and Google Play teams to bring to life my mobile game idea Brightlove to the Google Play store. The app released on Google Play in late 2019. Problem Among my peers, I’ve noticed the […]
Discover the power of open source Code.gov is a platform that shares federal government source code for agency reuse and public consumption, driving innovation as well as time and cost savings resulting from code collaboration and reuse. I was a Civic Digital Fellow on the Code.gov team, focusing on front-end development and design. For the […]
The inaugural issue of the Keds Handbook for Women revolves around the theme of Power and features the incredible stories of real women who are challenging the written and unwritten rules of what a woman is supposed to be, do, say, and look. I photographed poet and activist Aija Mayrock for the handbook as part of the Spring 2020 campaign.
Pulse Spikes is a magazine made by and for youth focusing on entertainment, entrepreneurship, and activism. Received the FOLIO Rising Star Award for young disruptors in the media industry.
Brightlove is a 2D platforming runner that encourages players to be kind and to take action, rather than be mere bystanders. A refreshing contrast to the violence that often permeates mobile games, Brightlove encourages positive actions and rewards kindness. Featured on Forbes, Google Play, and Buzzfeed.
Time Journal is a time management web application and everyday journal.
Using a cell phone to talk or text while a vehicle is in motion impairs driving performance and increases the likelihood of serious crashes. This solution uses a machine learning-enabled video camera to automatically recognize the usage of mobile devices in the driver’s seat through object detection.
AAIT is a management system for caregivers that employs artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of things (IoT) devices to increase the independence and mobility of Alzheimer’s patients while also establishing safety measures. Recognized by Marvel Studios and published in the proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud.
Approached by media company Milk and Fujifilm North America to experiment with the new FUJIFILM X-T100 camera and create a series of social media content. Profiled as an artist on the rise in the “Keeping It 100” series.