Various works
from 2019–2022

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Select spreads and Instagram assets from first issue of AAPI-centered zine Untangle, January 2022
(Art direction, visual identity & design)

Social assets

Print compositions featured in Radical Return exhibition, Shanghai & Boston, September 2021

Wix Playground Academy,
June 2021: Explorations for self-branding (animations and digital)

February 2021 (unofficial brand concepts: Zoom background & IG posts)

A Sunny Day, Not Too Crazy,
November 2020 (Dérive narrative on website coded from scratch in HTML/CSS, designed with Emily Knobloch)

Design Nomads,
December 2020 (group installation of risograph sculpture interrogating design as a profession. Exhibited as a Senior Design Studio at Boston University School of Visual Arts Gallery 5. Designed and produced with Emily Bowen, Angela Lian, Chinwe Oparaji & Eleanor Schiltz. Full documentation on Medium)

Family Meal, March-May 2020 (Explorations for aptly titled class Zoom gatherings during beginning of pandemic)

I Love/I Hate
, April 2020 (Motion & digital social assets for class-wide project documenting the duality of concepts or objects)

Spark Joy
, May 2020 (calligraphic postcards for my friends with one word I thought they needed to hear)

The Ant Hill
; Human Than Ever ; Dust to Dust, April 2020 (Motion ‘loop’ series provoking scale of community, with my poetry. Inspired by Ray & Charles Eames’ Powers of Ten)

February 2020 (Pop-up installation in collaboration with Gregory Bond, Eun Kyo Hong, Joyce Hu & Emerson Lawton; read placard here)


SXSW Experiential Storytelling Identity & Poster Series
, November 2019 (Three 12×18” posters)

Flag of the Mourned, November 2019 (Flag mapping 20 most horrific mass shootings up to that point. Symbol meant to evoke unity that can emerge in communities in spite of the fragmentation of families that mass shootings inadvertently target.

Portrait photo series of different people I engaged the topic of US gun violence with at the Ruggles MBTA station, which during that month had just featured a photo exhibition dedicated to families and friends of homicide victims)

2020: A calender of protests and proclamations
, December 2019 (8.5×11” spiral-bound risograph 2020 vision calendar. 12 Junior Fall Typography students, one per month. Jay: typographic response for May responding to Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Exhibited at the Boston Art Book Fair (2019), The Odds & Ends Book Fair at Yale University (2019). 2-color spot illustration. Printed by Loyal in Somerville, MA.)

, October 2019 (Zine breaking down food concepts at each level of biological complexity through metaphor, from cell to biosphere. Curated texts include David Foster Wallace’s Consider the Lobster, Kant’s Aesthetics & Teleology, Why ‘Authentic’ Food is Bullshit, and self-written prose & poetry)

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