These are samples of various photoshoots art directed for J.P. Morgan's ad brand awareness campaigns featuring Commodities and the Environment. Photographer: http://www.brandonleger.com/
The tear sheets are from stories that I art directed for Martha Stewart Living magazine.Art Direction2014
Interactive marketing modules showcasing various J.P. Morgan projects and initiatives such as the client site J.P. Morgan Markets and the commodities trading capabilities. Also featured here are stills from the China 90th anniversary microsite and Torrisi Design's website.
Logo, stationary, business cardsArt Direction, Branding, Icon Design2014
This page includes samples from J.P. Morgan's mobile icon system as well as UX and UI style guide and visual samples from the client site J.P. Morgan Markets.
Also shown here is the visual system created for Torrisi Design Associates. This included the identity deign, stationary, website and a variety of print collateral.Icon Design, UI/UX2014
Series of print collateral for various institutions such as J.P. Morgan and PrattPrint Design2014
Various books for artists: Cyrilla Mozenter, Ross Neher and Kit WhitePrint Design2014
Collection of editorial art direction and page layout design for Martha Stewart Living as well as Ensemble LifestylesArt Direction, Branding, Editorial Design2013
Along the Waterfront 2005 - 2011- On going photo collage that documents the changing Greenpoint/ Williamsburg waterfront. This is composed of 11 strips of continuous photo panoramas @ 2.5" in height x 40 feet in length. Each strip captures the same locations at different moments in time.
Catalog - Greenpoint Williamsburg 2001 - 2011 cover (2011)
digital print book -178 pgs 8.5" x 11"
This book catalogs and provides side by side visual comparisons of the changing Greenpoint and Williamsburg waterfront area from 2001 to 2011 - which is before, during and after the rezoning amendments in 2005.Digital Art, Digital Photography, Fine Arts2012
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These unique collages on paper that are composed of cut up vintage architecture magazines from the 60's, 70's and 80's. I choose this imagery for both its formal and conceptual qualities. Modular office furniture from this nostalgic time period has the pattern and color properties I love. The subject matter also adds a level of playfulness that helps me come to terms with the reality of my daily office routine as an artist and a designer in a corporate office setting. Most artists that I know these days are battling the duality of being artists, while working for the corporate machine.
Art Direction, Branding, Creative Direction2012