Designer at Walmart Media Group
San Bruno, CA | June 2019-Present
Lead Sign Artist & Designer at Trader Joe's
San José, CA | May 2006-Present
Visual Designer at eBay Inc.
San Jose, CA | January 2017-July 2019
Senior Graphic Designer at SnapLogic Inc.
San Mateo, CA | September 2015-January 2017
Graphic Designer at KeyPoint Credit Union
Santa Clara, CA | May 2013-September 2013
*Contracted through Modis*
Specialist & Workshops Coordinator at Apple Inc.
Santa Clara, CA | October 2011-April 2013
Graphic Designer at Spartan Shops Inc.
San Jose, CA | June 2008-September 2009
I work well in small teams, cross-functional teams and on my own if needed. I believe in strong communication amongst my peers and management to ensure daily design tasks are delivered in a timely fashion. I enjoy taking initiative, using my skills to solve problems, communicate a message, and create beautiful, meaningful designs.
Tools & Languages
Projects & Volunteer
Chalk Artist Sponsored by Trader Joe's at the Luna Park Art Foundation
September 2010 - September 2015
An event that happens once a year in September, the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival is the primary event benefiting the Luna Park Arts Foundation, created to promote the arts in our schools and communities through grants and sponsorships. The foundation depends on the generosity of members of our community and local businesses to make this possible. As a Trader Joe's Artist, I urged our store to help sponsor this local event and have our sign artist participate in the event itself (since 2009) as a way to increase support for the arts in the local schools and community. Plus, I found it is a fun way to work together as a team and showcase the talents of our sign artist at store #212.
SnapLogic – Branding Guidelines
A project I proposed to our Marketing Department was to create a set of branding guidelines for our company, a project I wanted to lead and own. A successful company always has a set of branding guidelines for employees, partners and affiliates yet SnapLogic's branding guidelines were nowhere to be found. It is always good to have a set of branding rules for when partners, affiliates and employee's want to publicize their relationship with SnapLogic within their communications. Feel free and click the title to view the landing page I created for the SnapLogic Branding Guidelines. (View Here).
CUT. SEW. SWEAR. – Fashion aWEARness Gallery Show
My first gallery show in which I showcased the hard life of sweatshops in third world countries. Many high end fashion brands charge top dollar for just plain shirts and jeans while paying low wages to the workers. Many times, their working conditions are terrible and so I also created a site that was informative on the sweat shops which could be found behind the black, draped curtains. The site is no longer live but you can see the video here.