is an Interdisciplinary Graphic Designer currently working at Yellow Brick Group and studying Type Design at Type West through Letterform Archive. His work is inspired by various facets of culture—whether that be mainstream, or subcultural... and strives to work within an experimental, collaborative, research driven, and sometimes speculative environment. With a heavy focus on big ideas & typographic form, his practice focuses primarily on the construction of books, typefaces, lettering, identities, & posters. To keep up with his works in progress, follow him here.


On: Nuclear Semiotics (2020)

Book, Research


In an effort to piece together a work of open-source literature & image, this book acts as a cohesive guide to the subject of Nuclear Semiotics. The studies & ideas are conducted by linguists, semioticians, engineers, chemists, artists, designers, and other practitioners from cross-disciplinary fields in the 1980s, by the US Government.

The theme of invisibility is used across the book. Black ink is laser printed onto black construction paper and the cover is blind debossed, asking the reader to tilt the pages and the cover in the sunlight to interpret the text.

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