Pins, brand playbooks, posters and other work completed while at Pinterest. Partners include: Nike, West Elm, Ancestry, Overstock, Smile Direct Club, Wayfair, Gucci, Away, and more.
Branded the first women@ conference at Pinterest in collaboration with Whitney Ward, Elizabeth Reyes and Laurie Berger.
Redesign of the multidisciplinary magazine offering inspiration for fashion, art and type. The magazine focuses on the correlations between the disciplines. During the redesign, I took the subject matter, layout and grid into consideration, hoping to attract creative, conceptual and logical thinkers.
Brookly provides high-quality custom art for children's rooms. They hope to inspire creativity, play, and curiosity through their brand.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Proposed redesign of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Taking inspiration from the Vienna Secession, my solution was to create an enduing brand that would communicate meaningful and historical references found within the original structure.
Few of it's kind, Westminster College is a liberal arts school located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The college offers a first-class education as well as hands-on experience being at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Our client was looking for a new identity that transcended the physical location and campus, felt established and modern, and most importantly, was authentic to the school and it's students.
Creative direction by Matt Manes, Alexandra Fuller, and Scott Sorenson
Martha Stewart Tablet
New layouts, grids, pages and buttons were developed in order to accomodate all the extra information in this holiday special issue. In collaboration with Jennifer Wagner, John Myers, Beth Eakin, Gillian MacLeod and Claudine Eriksson.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia owns all images
Park City Institute
Proposed logo redesign for Park City Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing world-class performances to the community. The breaks in typography are reminiscent of breaks in music, in poetry, in plays, and other artistic mediums, echoing the brand's desire to expose the community to a variety of art forms.
Rebranded assets for NatureBox including direct mail, packaging series, emails and ad photography (in partnership with Tephany Lou). Illustrations by Tephany Lou. Copy by Madison Centen-Rightmire. Photography by Cory Maryott.
Proposed redesign of the fashion brand, The Row. A reductive color palette and minimal logotype translate the brand's refined aesthetic.
Nepal, I Love You
Reflective of the colorful prayer flags soaring amongst the white and gray Himalayan Mountains, our main objective was to make this pitch kit authentic. We printed bright, disruptive colors on thick newsprint paper, and stitched the spine to capture to the self-sufficiency of the Nepalese people.
Creative direction and logo by Tosh Brown
Images by Camp4
Maine's Own Organic Milk
Redesigned brand and proposed packaging to better reflect the company's vision and to create a unified tie amongst the families that banded together to keep local farms prosperous.
Copywriting by Matt Reschke
Design for Social Change Designed for a school sponsored annual event, hosting individuals with the power to bring about social and environment change.
New Fulton Fish Market Proposed design for a fish market. The uppercase sans-serif letterforms contrast the hand stamped fish.
Our client asked for a more current brand identity for their interior and exterior spaces at SXSW in Austin, TX. The client asked for the brand's space to be elevated and forward-thinking. The interactive experiences combined fabric, geometry and technology to bridge the gap between tactile and digital.
Creative direction by Brent Watts
Commissioned monograms for individuals and families.
Proposed cookbook design with a focus on seasonality, local ingredients and timeless recipes.
Pork Chop photo by Beth Galton
Rebrand for Kimono Cloud, a cloud-based platform for educational data integration. Reflective of the real-time data exchange within the school districts, the mark shows three arrows pointing outwards, and one arrow pointing inward. The logotype, constructed in all caps, is custom, and matches the sharp edges of the logomark.