My portfolio and client list is diverse, but at the heart of my
work lies two things: storytelling and identity.
My professional life has included adventures in:
Creative & Art Direction
Concept & Key Art
Storytelling & Character Building
Writing & Tone of Voice
Creative Team Assembly & Rollout
Styling & Environmental Design
Product & Packaging Design
I began my career as an undergraduate at the Yale University Press, working in book jacket & key art design. Early work as the assistant to Jerelle Kraus, former Art Editor of The New York Times, instilled in me a love for iconic visual storytelling.
I now work as a Principal at Tajima Creative Partners,
where I consult and design for Fortune 500 brands, and create identities for budding entrepreneurs; I develop story and character for award-winning series and films;
I design identity and sustainable packaging; I use
design, words, music, space, people, and time to
weave a great story.
On pages, stages, or screens, it's about story, integrity, and forward-thinking collaboration.
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