Native Innovations was looking to create a branding item for their Digital Storytelling workshop, the workshops I created the branding for Native Innovation’s Digital Storytelling, the icon itself reflects the use of technology as a way to share stories, “Navajo storytelling is an essential part to learning the Navajo language and instills foundations of the Diné philosophy of learning.”
In June I was contacted by individuals working with the Mexican Heritage Project at the Arizona Historical Society in Tucson, AZ, they asked for promotional items such as flyer, postcard, and bookmark to distribute and market a new collection. I was asked to use photos for the different promotional items, which I did the best that I could.
I had a great time designing for the Native Americans at Brown, I was asked to touch up on their Spring Thaw Pow Wow brand and create 2 versions of their poster; one with the head dancers/drum groups and another to attract the general public. I also had the opportunity to create a shirt design with their newly created look for the 2013 Pow Wow.
I applied and was accepted into the School of Information Resources and Library Science Master’s program, and they had the Knowledge River program which focus on Native American and Latino/a issues within the Library, Archives, and Museum field. I was an graduate assistant and handled the design aspect of the KR program.