This project was created for DESMA 24: Motion. It was my first real animation project, but I was quite pleased with the results considering the extreme limitations. We were only allowed to use 2 shapes, a line or rectangle and a circle.
Initially, these constraints stumped me. How was I going … Read More
Half the World Away was a 270 degree projection shown at Connections, an art show for DMA students. The project served as a collective group immersion experience taking the audience on a tour of scale, starting from the outer reaches of a fictional universe that contains earth and going all the way down to … Read More
UCLA Virtual Tour Guide is a web-based mobile app that I created to help prospective college students better remember all of the different college visits they go on, allowing them to make a more informed college decision.
The School of Athens in VR was a project I did for DESMA 156: 3d modeling and motion. We were supposed to draw inspiration from a famous 2d painting and recreate and expand on a 3d representation of that space in VR.
I chose Raphael’s School of Athens because whenever I looked at … Read More
Excessive wealth excites me. It excites all of us.
It’s that feeling when you finally save up enough money to buy a plane ticket, cover the cost of the hotel, and eat exactly how Travel & Leisure said you should. Actually, more specifically, it’s that feeling when you board the plane and find … Read More
You Are What You Eat is a cook book that explores Asian American Identity through profiles of childhood recipes. It was a collaboration with my good friend Noa Batle. Read our entire recipe book complete with interviews!
Asian Americans love food. For both Noa and I, food had always been a huge part … Read More
Some of the early members of Indulge in Design (UCLA Design Club)
On September 26th, 2015, I got paid for my design work for the first time in my life. I made $193.90 for 4 hours of work on a landing page for a medical startup developing a new test for urinary tract infections.