At Marquam, a company committed to facilitating technological transformation for businesses, I have been shaping the visual and narrative identities of their brand. My role centers around utilizing Generative AI to design captivating visuals and craft compelling narratives from intricate business data, enhancing our operations and strategic decision-making.

Our alliance with Microsoft equips us with advanced tools like Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365. By leveraging these resources, I've been able to tailor unique, AI-driven visual solutions and narratives that not only improve client productivity but also align perfectly with their unique needs.

My specific contribution involves deploying Generative AI to sift through our wealth of data, identify patterns, and create strategies that empower businesses. This isn't just about creating tech solutions, but about designing innovative visual narratives that enable businesses to optimally harness their digital resources.

Below, you'll find a series of images that combine three distinct elements: Visuals highlighting Marquam's signature orange identity, abstract depictions of Microsoft solutions, and monochromatic photography that encapsulates the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, an homage to Marquam's geographical origins.

Orange identity series:

Color abstract series:

Mobile series:

Monochromatic, warm, NW series:

Monochromatic series:


Through generative AI, I brought together the visionary minds of Professor Neri Oxman from MIT's Mediated Matter Lab and Alessandro Michele, the Creative Director of Gucci, in a remarkable fusion. It is as though they are unveiling the pinnacle of fashion collaboration, showcasing a potential epitome of zero-waste product development. Their combined efforts could yield a creation that harmoniously blends allure and sustainability. This concept gained significant traction on social media, prompting me to bring it to life through the creation of GUOXCCI.COM— a website that envisions a comprehensive catalog and in-depth exploration of what a bio-fashion platform could encompass.

The focal point of these images revolves around the potential future outcomes if these two designers collaborate. Their partnership has the potential to establish a precedent for product designers worldwide. As we progress, the ability to manufacture virtually anything seems inevitable. However, the crucial aspects will be the materials we choose and the innovative methods of production we adopt. Envision a world where bioluminescent shoes are crafted from exoskeleton chitin or purses are formed using a synthetic nacre akin to abalone. Imagine a biologically grown wristwatch that comprehends time in incomprehensible ways. Perhaps even clothing that possesses the unparalleled strength of spider silk, ensuring everlasting durability. Such possibilities ignite a sense of hope within us.


Tesla X DeLorean

Have you ever imagined Tesla designing a DeLorean? Here is a one-day turnaround commercial of what that evolution would look like from the cradle to the grave. Video link for full version with sound.

NASA X Steer

First Light is a 20-minute documentary created by Steer in collaboration with NASA, shining a spotlight on the groundbreaking achievements of the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Filmed on location at the Center for Astrophysics Harvard & the Smithsonian, this film serves as a tribute to NASA's 20th anniversary.

Through the skilled implementation of practical effects by Steer, "First Light" takes viewers on a visually stunning journey, immersing them in the wonders of the Chandra observatory. By capturing X-ray emissions from celestial objects, this space-based telescope has revolutionized our understanding of black holes, supernovas, and galaxies.

The captivating narrative of "First Light" is further enriched by the hauntingly beautiful music composed by Colin Stetson. His evocative melodies enhance the awe-inspiring experience, encapsulating the essence of the Chandra observatory's remarkable discoveries.

Scheduled for release on the new NASA+ channel on Hulu in 2023, "First Light" invites audiences to embark on an extraordinary expedition through the cosmos. Join us as we unravel the secrets of the universe, combining mesmerizing visuals, captivating practical effects, and the enchanting compositions of Colin Stetson. Prepare to be transported to the forefront of scientific exploration as we delve into the profound mysteries unveiled by the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

 The images below were provided by NASA archives.

Scientists were shot on location in Boston, MA.

In order:
1)    Visualization & Emerging Tech Lead - Kim Arcand
2)    Flight Operations Manager - Sabina Hurley
3)    Astrophysicist - Dr. Grant Tremblay

Using float tanks, we developed (weird alchemy) visual and practical effects to simulate galaxies. This is a process that emulates Doug Trumbell's technique in 2001: Space Odyssey, which established a benchmark for forthcoming movies like Interstellar and Tree of Life.



Wendell and Wild

Wendell and Wild
s an upcoming Netflix animated film directed by Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline) and produced by Jordan Peele. For a year, I designed and produced tools for character motion. Simultaneously, I shot and edited six months of Behind the Scenes content for the Netflix Marketing Team. Set to come out in 2022.