D.A.V.E (Direct Advice with Varying Experiences) was created during my time in the Introduction to Concept Art & Illustration course at CG Spectrum. We were tasked to create a bot character that has gone through some wear and tear. D.A.V.E here, is this little robot who is basically a "guide" you encounter when you first visit a town or city, showing you all the landmarks and how to get around easily (2017).
From top to bottom: Concepts, Further Concept Development, Refined Sketch, Lineart, Values, Black and White Render, Colour Render.
A small collection of outdoor, print and digital advertising I've worked on for Network 10 Australia (2016 - 2018).
Interviews are hard. They're unpredictable; you never really know what to expect; and sometimes, it's just hard to find the right words to say. The solution to this is pretty simple - you practise. But, at times you don't always have someone to practise with or, you just don't know how to. We created a digital assistant that roleplays interviews with you, so anyone can practise for their interview at any time (2016).
This project was briefed by and presented to Google Creative Labs, Australia.
Designed by Ting He, Megan Wong & Jasmine Mijares.
Media below showcase the delivered video, logo animation, early idea summary, progress video storyboard, and final site designs.
The ‘Good Dog! International Film Festival’ (GDIFF) is a film festival that features films that star dogs of all breeds, shapes and size. In the essence of the film focused purpose of the festival, I designed these four (unofficial) promotional dog origami flyers that feature an illustrated poster that parodies classic films. I chose genres and films that differed widely from each other allowing the poster/flyers to appeal to varying aged audiences. While I only have four to show, the concept could potentially be taken further to create even more posters to cover more genres and films (2015).
Purchase the parody pup posters here!
This cheeky ‘Safe Sext’ application was proposed in response to an observation of how we interact with mobile technologies whilst on public transport. Given the communal nature inherent within ‘public’ transport, we are often using our mobile technologies, such as phones or laptops, to subvert this space from a shared and communal space into a private and individual space. We become closed off to the world, completely insulated within our own bubble. However, despite our best efforts public transport is still a shared environment, although we are immersed in our own world, we are still in the public eye (2016).
Animation: Jasmine Mijares
Editing: Keegan Spring
Concept: Keegan Spring & Jasmine Mijares
Burning (2016) by Danielle Rollins is a young adult fiction novel that deals with supernatural teenage drama alongside a creepy and thrilling atmosphere. My book trailer is designed to communicate this dark and compelling atmosphere with insights into the main character, Angela Davis and hints of a potential antagonist. I used a lineless and textured visual style with a purple/warm colour scheme to appeal to the young female demographic of ages 12-18.
A series based on self reflections on my own creative process (2015).
Featured by: DesignTaxi & AIGA (2015)