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New Times 

This book was produced to house research concerning the establishment and eventual collapse of standardized time. It details the design of time-keeping spanning from the dawn of civilization, through the Industrial Revolution and into hypothetical time-keeping systems of the distant future.

Aesthetically it borrows from my previously produced copy of The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View From the Future, due to their shared role in a canon of documents predicting speculative futures. It adopts the same semi-translucent vellum cover, and lo-fi means of printing and production. The book is paired with a collection of loose–paper illustrations and sketches featured within the book. Authored and self published by myself, with additional guidance and input from Anastasiia Raina and Chris Woebken.

4.25 x 7 ̋

Edition of 10


The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View From the Future
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway

The book functions as a textbook of the present recorded from the perspective of the future – presenting the predicaments of the present day as though it were history. It meticulously details the sources of Western Civilization’s fall within the next century due to self-initiated climate change, and the industrial momentum that propels society into climate collapse. Alongside this book I also developed a webpage meant to allow for online viewings and supplemental material.

Cover is bound in semi-translucent sanded vellum, and is rough to the touch.

4.25 x 7̋

Edition of 5

First Draft of The Collapse of Western Civiliation

Sky blue me-tientes paper cover, dyecut to reveal title
typesetting annotations visible below
8.5 x 7 



Carr’s Pond Books

For several months I, alongside Frederick Horton, Maxton O’Connor and Nate Krohn, consistently visiting Carr's Pond, a dense forest and lake, which is about forty-five minutes outside of Providence in rural Rhode Island used for recreational swimming, camping and hunting. We became interested in ways to both see and be seen within the site, where day-glo neon orange is legally required during hunting season. This led us to make visual studies on the roles of both day-glo and camouflage within this landscape. Our studies eventually culminated in printing a handful of books, as well as designing a reversible windbreaker with which to more thoughtfully exist and travel through the land.

Edition of 3


Existing Wayfinding Survey

A comprehensive visual record of existing artifacts, signage,  and markers from the land, from which we formed our own visual language to express the site.

5 x 7.25  ̋



A walk along the trail expressed in 12 cut-paper scenes.

5.5 x 4.5  ̋



A booket detailing the overall communal use of the site, our intent with this project, and the outcome of our studies.

3.5 x 5  ̋



A reversible poncho with which to carry the books, and thoughtfully, and safely, exist within the site.

Rhode Island School of Design
Class of 2021 Yearbook

I helped in ideating and creating the RISD 2021 Yearbook as a member of the RISD Design Guild. The book features portraits of the graduating class as well as pixel drawings from every student, which were gathered from a website we created and hosted. Through this method each student was able to customize their page and express themselves. Swiss bound with visible binding.

8.5 x 10  ̋

Edition of 300

Printed and bound by Meridian Printing

Everything created in collaboration with the incredible members of RISD Design Guild.

Thank you!