Noonmoon is my playground; this is where I create. This is the birth place for many collections of work in the field of brand identity, creative directions, graphic design and illustrations. Self-initiated projects like the “Hiding-in-the-Wrong-Place Club” and “Horses and Beasts” live in the creative atmosphere of galleries and cafes, while cliental branding works like “Oollo Tea” and “Amplus” roam effectively in the business world. Noonmoon is my space for work and play.
British Columbia, Canada
Six Hundred Four has a very interesting concept. Integrating fashion and art, the brand merges sneakers and local art together. The product is limited-edition artist-designed shoes, and I am very honoured and happy to be part of the store launching team. My creative director role allowed me to lead and dictate the brand design from print to web. I also art directed photoshoots, consulted for print and productions, and designed various interior, exterior and window displays. The most rewarding part of my position is getting in touch with the Vancouver art scene and becoming part of it.
- February 2017
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Headquartered in the very same Chinese city I worked in several years ago, Wondershare is a software developing company located in Shenzhen, China. I was scouted by the Canadian office in 2015, and soon joined the creative department designing UX for various apps, assisting product managers with advertisement and marketing material, as well as planning and proposing rebranding solutions.
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
After touring the city of Shenzhen and meeting the right people, I was hired immediately as the chief designer of a local design firm. The studio, named Puffant Visual Communications, was young and needed help with their brand identity, line of products and marketing material. So I signed an one-year contract, had my first landlord, attended my first wedding ceremony, and ate a turtle first time in my life. I worked in China.
- March 2012
Before I graduated from Emily Carr University, I came across the IdN Magazines and the visual content captivated me. After several email exchanges, I flew over and breathed the same air as the art director and the designers of this very magazine studio. For two months, I handled the online showcase and created advertisements and illustrated for trade shows and in-house. This internship made me realize my passions and strengthened my interests in design, and helped me get in touch with the creative forefront.
- April 2011
Wan Chai, Hong Kong