Since graduating with a B.A. in English and Philosophy from the University of Toronto in 2010, I realized that fashioning the vehicles for my various creations—whether it was an album cover, the layout of a poetry zine, or an anthology of essays—was something that I consistently enjoyed. I then graduated from the Design School of George Brown College in 2015 to pursue graphic design as a career.
I’ve been designing maps of Toronto neighbourhoods, former municipalities, and the entire city that are sold by Spacing, which can now be found hanging in coffee shops and other sites around the city, as well as comprising the interior design of a condominium lobby in Leslieville. I’ve also been highly active working as a freelancer for organizations such as Green Living Enterprises, Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, Torontoist, Bells on Bloor, and TTC Riders.
Since 2016, I’ve been working at Philip Sung Design Associates Inc., where I’ve been responsible for a wide variety of print materials—such as pamphlets, brochures, posters, signage, postcards, and stickers—as well as digital assets including slide presentations, application forms (with complex fillable functionality), and motion graphics for clients such as Fidelity, CIBC, and IMCO. Here is my résumé.