I served on my residence's house council in first year and did a lot of neat graphic design projects!
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I joined SUS FYC in my first-year at UBC. Here are some cool things I made planning events with them!
The Gateway is the University of Alberta's student-run newspaper. I assisted on their campaign for additional funding.
I served as SUNIA's Marketing for our 2018/19 year. Here's some things I made in the role!
I created advertising to support funding our high school graduation, a Snapchat filter for our prom, and the pamphlet distributed at commencement.
I created merch designs for the wrestling team in high school. The one they used is the first one shown.
In grade 11 and 12 I served on my school board's Student Senate. In grade 11, I did graphic design work for my committee; I created brochures about time management.
CSLC is an event I helped organize. At the beginning of the year, we had a logo contest. My submission was used to inspire the final design.
I assisted managing a student volunteer club in high school. Here's some example advertising I created.
I occasionally did graphic design for school projects. Some of them turned out okay!
McNally's Bike-a-thon is an annual fundraiser for Kids With Cancer. Here are a couple of designs I made for the initiative and for my team!
MVPLead was a junior-high leadership conference I helped organized in grade 10. I was tasked with creating the logo--here's how it went!
To date, this is probably my favourite thing I've ever designed. I made a logo for my school's photography club.
I created a inforgraphic for my Heritage Festival booth and posters to be displayed at the other countries.